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Alert: New Jersey to hold unusual “Special Telephone Meeting” to transfer easement, reduce its size, increase commuter time while calling it an “enhancement.”
EMAIL NJTBOARD@NJTRANSIT.COM Click here for original notice (pdf)
The proposed station is barely visible from the public street.
Longtime Princeton Borough Councilman Chastises Princeton University Over Dinky in Stunning Farewell Speech
From Planet Princeton Longtime Princeton Borough Councilman David Goldfarb used his goodbye speech last night as an opportunity to criticize Princeton University for underfunding the town and using threats to advance the school’s agenda. It was quite the swan song, … Continue reading
The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the borough, township and Princeton University undervalues the loss of the straight shot right-of-way, parking lot and existing Dinky station. It is a quid pro quo agreement settled behind closed doors and made under … Continue reading
Planet Princeton Article on lawsuit
Council members unanimously voted to approve a brief resolution stating that they do not support Princeton University’s plan to move the Dinky station = Click for Full Story
Letter to Regional Planning Board Regarding Master Plan Consistency
Back Story with Joan Goldstien, Show 5.11 from Princeton Community Television on Vimeo.
Princeton Borough estimates a tax revenue loss if the university builds its arts and transit neighborhood
Trenton Times Article on Impact of Arts Plan to the Borough
Princeton Borough Municipal Meeting, May 24, 2011 which includes presentation by Henry Posner from Princeton Community Television on Vimeo.