Princeton city council
The question on whether there is a future for a crosswind runway at the Princeton airport is still being blown about in city hall and it seems like it might finally get answered. The most buffeting of this topic was during last Thursday’s monthly city council study session. Crosswind runways are i...Read More
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The Princeton City Council motion this past Feb. 2 that dissolved a nearly three-year-old agreement on the use of sports-related facilities at Mark Park has continued to have ramifications, this time with the Princeton Jaycees. Jaycees president Adam Burke said that the new fees that the city establ...Read More
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The council passed ordinance no. 680 which sets fees for high-strength wastewater going into the city’s wastewater collection system. The ordinance was passed in recognition that certain types of effluent require extra cost to process at the city’s wastewater treatment plant. High-strength waste...Read More
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A conflict has arisen over whether the city of Princeton should charge the school district to use any of the athletic facilities at Mark Park. Superintendent Rick Lahn told the city council last Thursday that he didn’t think the city should do that. He emphasized that the district has spent more t...Read More
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The city of Princeton is giving the local chamber of commerce $10,000 for its budget this year, $5,500 more than the city gave the chamber last year. The city council made the decision last Thursday, authorizing the money to come out of the city’s off-sale liquor fund. The council, with member Dic...Read More
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Princeton Public Utilities will be saving $34,015 per year until 2024 through the refinancing of the $3,465,000 in public utility system revenue bonds it issued in 2004. The total present-day saving is $346,409 through the much lower interest rate of 2.23 percent. The rate on the original bonding wa...Read More
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Unionized Princeton city employees will receive a 1 percent pay raise for the first six months of 2012 and an additional 1 percent in the last six months. That equates to an average raise of 1.5 percent for the year in the agreement announced at the Jan. 12 city council meeting. The two unions are [...Read More
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