The event is for Princeton residents only.
By Susan BaekSpecial to Planet Princeton The Princeton Conservation Society, a student group at Princeton University, will host a student-led international climate summit on Princeton’s campus this Friday and Saturday, April 7 and 8. The Youth Climate & Conservation Summit is a conference by young people, for young people, that also brings perspectives from the…
The town must buy at least 15 acres of land to make up for the three acres it used for the municipal complex on Witherspoon Street.
The chargers will cost $532,410.
The deadline to submit photos is April 22.
The Stony Brook Regional Sewerage Authority will pay a $335,750 civil penalty. The authority has also agreed to commit an additional $44,250 to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s environmental mitigation project fund.
The deadline to submit a comment is Sept. 16.
The county park commission received $50,000.
The goals of the program to thin the deer population are to protect forests and reduce the number of car crashes involving deer.
The ban of carryout bags and foam containers take effect next May.
A warning will be issued the first time there is a violation of the new ordinance.
The 15th annual festival features 34 films and is free to the public.
About 50 students participated in the sit-in.
The 116-mile pipeline would have ended in Pennington.
The sit-in will take place in front of Nassau Hall on Friday afternoon.
The company could restart legal proceedings at a later date.
The path is open from Bridge Street in Lambertville to Trenton.
Cyclists will pedal into Princeton Saturday afternoon and head for Philadelphia on Sunday morning.