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Vol. LXV, No. 49
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
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IT’S OUR TURN: Youngsters can participate in community service by visiting the new Kids4Kids website.

Kids4Kids Website Challenges Youngsters To Create a Better World for the Needy

Ellen Gilbert

“If a I had a dime for every parent who asked, ‘how can I kids get my kids involved?’ HomeFront would be rich,” said Women’s Initiative Advisory Board member Amy Vogel recently. While adult volunteers are more than welcome at HomeFront, a Trenton-based non-profit that seeks to end homelessness in Mercer County, there really wasn’t any call for children. Many youngsters are eager to help, though, and Ms. Vogel, a mother of three, came up with a solution.

Special Improvement District Introduced To Create a Better World for the Needy At Recent Meeting of Borough Council

Anne Levin

Special Improvement Districts have been successful in cities such as New Brunswick and Jersey City. But despite numerous tries, Princeton has yet to establish one of its own. The latest attempt came at the end of Borough Council’s meeting last week, when members voted 3-2 to introduce a measure that would create the “Transportation Corridor Special Improvement District” in the area extending from Nassau Street down University Place to the border with Princeton Township.


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