No Trees Will Be Planted On Spring Street Sidewalks
After a lengthy debate with the Borough's Shade Tree Commission, Council members voted 2-4 against delaying the opening of the garage so that trees could be planted along the Spring Street sidewalks.
Borough Delays Switch On Spring Street Traffic
After being alerted to the potential downside of making Spring Street a two-way road, Borough Council said it will wait six weeks after the new garage opens before making a final decision.
University's Donation to Borough Will Include Bus Shelter for Plaza
Borough Council unanimously agreed to use $119,200 of Princeton University's $150,000 donation to purchase furnishings for the Princeton Public Library's plaza. The remaining $30,800 will be put into a contingency fund to be used for maintenance of the plaza as items need to be replaced.
Township Enacts Law Prohibiting Prolonged Automobile Idling
Citing environmental concerns and overall quality of life issues, Princeton Township Committee passed a law Monday night that prohibits diesel-powered and gas vehicles from idling for more than three minutes in a public right-of-way.
University Says It Intends To Puncture Grade Inflation
In response to a pattern of "significant grade inflation" over the last 30 years, Princeton University officials said that the school will begin an initiative that will limit the number of A grades awarded by its faculty.