The town of Princeton had to borrow salt from Princeton University and neighboring towns because the municipality’s salt supply was so low, Princeton Administrator Marc Dashield said today.
Princeton’s supply was so low that the salt had to be rationed over the last week, some municipal employees said. But Dashield said the town received salt deliveries today and expects to receive more deliveries tomorrow.
“The salt supplies have been very low, however we received some salt deliveries today and have been able to borrow salt from the University and neighbors,” Dashield said. “We expect continued salt deliveries beginning early next week.”
Princeton roads were extremely slippery Friday morning. There were problems on the Great Road, Rosedale Road, and Harrison Street, to name just a few of the larger roads where people had accidents or slid off the road. State roads like Route 206 were in decent condition.