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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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24 Jun

As Restrictions Ease, Princeton Opens Up With New Look and Streets for People; The Town Topics

New Jersey is moving ahead in Stage 2 of its Restart and Recovery, which began last week with outdoor dining and the resumption of indoor non-essential retail, and Princeton has acted quickly to promote a safe and vigorous reopening.

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17 Jun

Adopting Element into Master Plan Represents Climate Action Progress; The Town Topics

Tomorrow evening the Planning Board is considering adopting a Green Building and Environmental Sustainability Element (GBESE) into Princeton’s Community Master Plan. Adoption of this element ensures the integration of sustainability and climate action in the development of community policies and land-use decisions.

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27 May

National Bike Month Sees Biking Boom, Despite Pandemic; The Town Topics

May is National Bike Month, and one of this year’s themes has been the cancellation of almost all scheduled events.

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17 May

Princeton Environmental Commission subcommittee responds to criticisms regarding community renewable energy program

On behalf of the Princeton Environmental Commission Subcommittee who worked on the municipality’s energy aggregation program, we would like to respond...

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