The following actions were taking by the Princeton City Council at its July 26 meeting. They were compiled by Jeff Hage
The Princeton City Council authorized an Eagle Scout project in Oak Knoll Cemetery, to be completed by Michael Gross.
Gross plans to catalog grave sites in the cemetery on a website called findagrave.com.
The scout would take digital photos of 616 headstones, upload the photos to the website as a means of creating a database of the deceased in the cemetery.
The project awaits approval from the Boy Scout Troop leaders.
Animal care for low-income pet owners could be coming to Princeton. The City Council approved a license for Kindest Cut, LLC that will allow the organization to provide low-cost spays, neuters and vaccinations from a mobile surgical unit once each month in the parking lot of Family Pathways. The surgical unit would be located in an RV-type vehicle.
Christ Our Light Catholic Church has been granted a license for a church festival and dinner, to be held Sept. 16.
Safe ways to school
The Princeton School District received a “Safe Ways to School” grant, according to city officials.
The city will work with the school district on plans for sidewalks and other fixtures to improve safety for children on their way to and from school.
New park board member
Michael Misiura was sworn in as the city’s newest park board member during the July 23 meeting of the Princeton Parks & Recreation Board.