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30 Dec

Princeton Adapts in Year of COVID Pandemic Struggles; Town Topics

Among many other items mentioned, is this: “With the co-leadership of Sustainable Princeton and a host of other environmental organizations, the Council continued to successfully...

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11 Dec

Princeton Awarded $55,000 for a Landscaper-focused Project, For Immediate Release

Sustainable Princeton to promote more sustainable landscaping practices

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21 Oct

Council Hears Updates On Transportation Topics At Special Meeting; Town Topics

Presentations on initiatives related to transportation were the focus of a special Princeton Council meeting held Monday evening, October 19. View the full article in...

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12 Oct

Sustainable Princeton In Partnership With NRG Energy Host Energy Awareness Event; CBS Philly

Friday’s Electric EVening at the Princeton Shopping Center was captured by CBS Philly. Check out the photo gallery. View the gallery on CBS Philly’s website...

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28 Sep

Sustainable Princeton works toward transitioning landscaping community to cleaner practices; Princeton Packet

Sustainable Princeton is looking to embark on a new project that would transition the Princeton landscaping community to more sustainable practices. Read the full article...

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1 Sep

Ready for Action; American Libraries

As cities undertake climate action plans, libraries emerge as partners, and Princeton is no exception. Read the full article in the American Libraries magazine here.

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26 Aug

Socially Distant Cinema; Town Topics

The Princeton Shopping Center hosted an outdoor screening of “Pine Mud,” a new documentary by local filmmaker Jared Flesher, last Thursday evening. The event was...

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5 Aug

Electric car webinar postponed; Princeton Packet

Sustainable Princeton has postponed its planned webinar on how to choose an electric vehicle, set for Aug. 5, while Princeton cleans up after Tropical Storm...

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3 Aug

Invasive Spotted Lanternfly Seen In Princeton; Patch

The invasive spotted lanternfly was recently discovered in Princeton by the municipality's BioBlitz. The destructive insect was spotted on Friday morning near S Harrison Street, according to BioBlitz's website.

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29 Jul

DOT Blocks Slow Streets Initiative; Hope Remains in Appeals to Governor; The Town Topics

Princeton’s Slow Streets pilot program has been blocked, at least for now, with the New Jersey Department of Transportation (DOT) claiming that the initiative violates...

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