By Anne Levin
The fate of the fueling station located at the nearly completed new headquarters of the Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad (PFARS), at 2 Mt. Lucas Road, is still undecided.
Responding to neighboring residents’ complaints about the safety, aesthetics, noise, and other aspects of the station, which was moved from one side of the site to the other as part of the construction process, Princeton Council is considering whether to relocate it to one of three other sites, or keep it in place and make adjustments.
Cameras tracking traffic flow at sites identified by a subcommittee of the Site Plan Review Advisory Board (SPRAB) are in place, according to municipal engineer Deanna Stockton. But the data has not yet been posted for public viewing. Being considered are the parking lot of the municipal fleet service facility on Harrison Street, the area adjoining the Princeton Police Department parking lot across from the PFARS building, and a site at the Valley Road School property, owned by the Princeton Public Schools and currently used for school bus parking. more