Corner House employee selected to become Princeton’s new human services director

Corner House employee selected to become Princeton’s new human services director

Officials in Princeton have chosen Rhodalynn Jones to serve as the next human services director to replace Melissa Urias. Jones will begin her new job on Sept. 7. Jones has worked as an outreach coordinator with Corner House since 2014, first on afull-time basis and then on a part-time basis after accepting a full-time position…

Council to vote on Hun School zoning change, cannabis ordinance, abolition of local assistance board, leaf and brush consultant Monday night

Council to vote on Hun School zoning change, cannabis ordinance, abolition of local assistance board, leaf and brush consultant Monday night

The Princeton Council will decide Monday night whether to grant the Hun School a zoning change for properties next to the campus that are currently in a residential district. The Hun School wants to place the properties, which are already part of the school, in an education district. The two properties are the Mason House,…

Kiosk removal, Witherspoon Street intersection design, racism, federal funding, Princeton Shopping Center parking, FreeB replacement, general assistance transfer to county, and more on council agenda

Kiosk removal, Witherspoon Street intersection design, racism, federal funding, Princeton Shopping Center parking, FreeB replacement, general assistance transfer to county, and more on council agenda

The Zoom meeting begins at 7 p.m.

New path connects schools, parks, and neighborhoods in Montgomery
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New path connects schools, parks, and neighborhoods in Montgomery

A new two-mile pathway has opened in Montgomery that connects township schools, providing linkages and safe crossings between neighborhoods and parks. The new pathway follows Skillman Road from Route 601 east to Burnt Hill Road, where it turns south toward the Main Boulevard entrance to Skillman Park. The pathway provides pedestrian access between the high school,…

Princeton Council removes parking enforcement technology from capital improvement bond ordinance in wake of community opposition
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Princeton Council removes parking enforcement technology from capital improvement bond ordinance in wake of community opposition

The decision is a reversal of a council vote two weeks ago to introduce the bond ordinance with financing for the license plate reader technology included.