The city has awarded 15 additional contract bids for the construction of a Princeton public safety building this year that will house the Princeton Fire and Police departments, which have outgrown their quarters. The council had hoped to keep the cost of the new building down to not much more than $2 million, but it [...]
It’s official: Princeton will be constructing a public safety building that will be the new home of the city’s police and fire departments. The City Council approved the measure March 14 on a 4-1 vote, which followed a lengthy discussion of whether the structure should include a fifth parking bay at an additional cost of [...]
The city of Princeton has ordered plans and specifications to be drawn up to construct a 22,540 sq. ft. public safety building at an estimated cost of $2.05 million. The estimate does not include design fees, any subsurface investigation and/or soil corrections, de-watering, furniture/fixtures, equipment and exterior door card access. The $2.05 million estimate also [...]
The following news items are from the Sept. 27 meeting of the Princeton City Council.