Monthly Archives: May 2023

NJ Speaker’s Property Tax Plan is Generational Warfare

A battle has broken about among New Jersey’s governing Democrats about how to set the state budget. On one side, the NJ Assembly speaker, Craig Coughlin, has proposed a new plan called “Stay NJ”, which would have the state pay … Continue reading

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Princeton School District Considering Shift Away From Neighborhood Elementary Schools Model

Princeton Public School District is considering a major restructuring of elementary school education. At a meeting of elementary school parents on April 27, district official presented a number of options to address growing student enrollment. One of these options would … Continue reading

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Princeton’s Spring Street Parking Deck to get $1 million+ in Repairs This Summer

Princeton Council has approved $1.1 million in spending on repairs to the Spring Street parking deck. The contract for the work, which will be done by Maarv Waterproofing Inc, was approved through Resolution 23-174 at the Council meeting of May … Continue reading

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