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The Borough Council will be discussing the benefits and costs of the new E-5 which would encompass the University Arts Campus. An update on the Rail Transit District will be given as well. The meeting is at Borough Hall on Tuesday, … Continue reading
The assertion that the Dinky is in jeopardy of being unfunded by New Jersey Transit because of low ridership was debunked by New Jersey Transit at its presentation to Borough Council on June 8. “The Dinky is doing better than … Continue reading
Princeton Borough Municipal Meeting, June 8, 2011 from Princeton Community Television on Vimeo.
The primary election is Tuesday, June 7th. Polls are open 6am – 8pm. Candidates were asked the following question. Responses follow. What is your opinion of the university’s proposal to move the Dinky terminus to a point near its lot 7 garage? Do you … Continue reading
From The New York Times, May 11, 2011: “Princeton University, for example, pays $1.2 million voluntarily to the Borough of Princeton, and $500,000 to the township. But when the university met resistance from local officials this year to some zoning … Continue reading