Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXIV, No. 15
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
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(Drawing by Brandstetter Caroll, Inc,)
PROPOSED POOL PARK: Features of the proposed new Community Park pool complex include a new zero depth entry family pool connected to the existing lap pool, and new vegetated and landscaped areas.

New Pool to Build on Strengths of Past While Incorporating Sustainable Features

Ellen Gilbert

“I think you’re going to be extraordinarily excited,” said Princeton Recreation Department board member Mike Finkelstein as area residents gathered last week to see and hear descriptions of proposed renovations to the Community Park Pool Complex. “It’s an absolutely brilliant solution to questions we had regarding maintaining the total integrity of the pool that we love, while being ecologically forward-looking.”

Bedbug Infestation Plagues Tenants, Raises Concerns at Borough Council

Dilshanie Perera

With the ability to survive for weeks or even months without feeding on mammalian blood and a life span of an average of 10 months, the tenacity and longevity of bedbugs make them formidable opponents when it comes to getting them out of your home.

Impact of Last Month’s Storm Causes Delays in Harrison Street Park Construction

Dilshanie Perera

Borough Engineer Chris Budzinski estimated that the Harrison Street Park Construction project is about 60 percent complete, with final paving and landscaping on the docket for the upcoming weeks.

Prex, the Shop Heard Round the World, Celebrates Thirty Years Next Weekend

Stuart Mitchner

Like Trex, its partner in rhyme, Prex is a rock legend. Customs inspectors in distant lands know the yellow Princeton Record Exchange bag with the cheerleader in mid-leap, CD in one hand, LP held high in the other. The worldwide name recognition is for real.

Topics in Brief
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