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  A mother and son looking at photos of chickens in a backyard homesteading magazine led Eric and Amy Wogen to have chickens in their backyard at 807 First St. in Princeton. Also helping that happen was the city passing a chicken-keeping ordinance three months ago. The city had allowed chickens...Read More
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The city of Princeton is spraying more regularly for mosquitoes this year than in past years, according to city Public Works Director Bob Gerold. Gerold said the extra spraying is needed to stay ahead of the “overabundance of mosquitoes” following this year’s rainy and cool spring. The city’...Read More
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The following incidents were reported to the Princeton Police Department between July 8-15. The times printed are when a complaint was received, not necessarily when it occurred. The report was compiled by Jeff Hage. Monday, July 8 3:28 a.m. Officer investigated an open door at Riverside Plaza. No d...Read More
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Council receives audit of finances Jackie Knowles of Kern, DeWenter, Viere, LTD. appeared before the City Council to present the results of the 2012 financial audit. The bottom line is that the city’s financial health is in very good shape. Some highlights: • The city’s assets exceeded liabili...Read More
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Below are summaries of news that occurred during the June 6 meeting of the Princeton City Council. They were compiled by Joel Stottrup. Architect bill The council approved paying a bill of $43,350 from David Linner Architects, Bloomington, for providing architectural, structural engineering, landsca...Read More
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The city of Princeton has given Heide Burns a five-year extension to hook her Madre Loca Restaurant into the city’s sewer and water mains, pending approval by the Princeton Public Utility Commission. Burns had originally been given a September deadline to hook into the city sewer and water mains. ...Read More
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Below are summaries of news that occurred during the June 6, 2013 meeting of the Princeton City Council. They were compiled by Joel Stottrup. Architect bill The council approved paying a bill of $43,350 from David Linner Architects, Bloomington, for providing architectural, structural engineering, l...Read More
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