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Princeton citizens who want to help ensure that AvalonBay doesn’t submit a new application to build “AvalonPrinceton” (!) should contact Planning Board members right away.
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This year the sold out “Forever Young” concert to celebrate Bill Scheide's 99th birthday raised tens of thousands of dollars for Princeton's Community Park Pool.
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The planning board denied the 280-unit development in December, but AvalonBay has extended its contract to buy the Witherspoon Street property.
Aid was voted on in two packages, both of them passing the U.S. House of Representatives.
The discussion of accepting of the University’s donation revealed conflict in the newly seated council at its first business meeting of the year.
U.S. Postal Service rates are set to increase by one cent on Jan. 27.
Gov. Chris Christie delivered his third State of the State address Tuesday in Trenton.
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