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Tony Lunn writes, “The “core” of the borough voted against consolidation. The further away from the residential center of town, the more people voted for consolidation. The effect is dramatic (unofficial vote counts, without absentees*): District Vote Area 4, 5, … Continue reading
Note: The percentages on the district voting map are calculated as a percentage of total votes and thus do not add up to 100 %. Some people voted but chose not to vote on the consolidation question. For instance in … Continue reading
it’s a fake
Friends: In just a few days, voters in Princeton Borough and Princeton Township will decide whether or not we shed our common border and become a single municipality. As a Borough voter, I’ll be voting too, and to make a … Continue reading
The Commission has recommended that the total combined police force be reduced from 60 to 51 (a 15% decrease) over a three-year period. As part of this overall reduction the patrol squads will be reduced from a current total (Boro plus Township) of … Continue reading
Paul Mulshine writes about the lack of press attention to those who oppose consolidation. “‘We are never taken seriously by the press,’ said the leader of a group of Princeton residents called Preserve Our Historic Borough. ‘When I do talk … Continue reading