Monthly Archives: October 2013

Walkability Answers From Council Candidate Patrick Simon

On November 5, Princeton will elect two new members of Princeton Council. Three candidates are standing: incumbents Jenny Crumiller (D) and Patrick Simon (D), and challenger Fausta Rodgriguez-Wertz (R). We asked each candidate six questions relating to walkability, affordability and … Continue reading

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Walkability Answers From Council Candidate Jenny Crumiller

On November 5, Princeton will elect two new members of Princeton Council. Three candidates are standing: incumbents Jenny Crumiller (D) and Patrick Simon (D), and challenger Fausta Rodgriguez-Wertz (R). We asked each candidate six questions relating to walkability, affordability and … Continue reading

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Princeton Bike Ride With Mayor Lempert And PBAC A Huge Success!

Last Sunday, a group of around 40 cyclists gathered at Community Park South for an extraordinarily pleasant cycle trip through the parks and green spaces of Princeton. The ride was the idea of Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert, and co-organized with … Continue reading

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Students Found New Political Party For Land Use Reform

What are the issues that motivate students in 2013? Based on what’s happening in Ann Arbor, MI (home of  the University of Michigan, a famous ‘public ivy’) it’s…zoning reform!

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Join In For ‘The Mayor’s Bike Ride’! This Sunday, 1 p.m., Community Park South!

This Sunday, October 27, there is going to be a group cycle ride around Princeton! The ride, organized by Princeton Joint Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee is intended to be a fun opportunity for residents who enjoy two-wheeled transportation to … Continue reading

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Princeton Zoning Board Nixes Mixed-Use 255 Nassau Street Plan

If you were thinking about renting one of the 15 proposed apartments envisioned as part of a plan to redevelop the Crossfit gym at 255 Nassau Street, it’s time to start making other plans. On Wednesday night, the Princeton Zoning … Continue reading

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Is That A Good Deal? ‘Two For Two Thousand’

As part of an occasional series where we cast an eye over rental properties and real estate walkable to downtown Princeton, we invite you to comment on a local listing. You can find previous entries here and here. Today we are looking at … Continue reading

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