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PRINCETON — Princeton’s Board of Public Works and Safety agreed Monday to grant the developer for a proposed apartment and housing project in the Baldwin Heights subdivision an increase in an incentive, from $55,000 to up to $200,000, to accomplish sanitary sewer and water lines.

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PRINCETON — Princeton Fire Territory trustees voted 3-2 Monday to budget for three more firefighters in 2019.

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PRINCETON — Stanley Madison, Lyles Station Historic Preservation Corp. founder and chairman, said he wants to make major improvements to Lyles Station, but doesn’t have the funds to make it happen.

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PRINCETON — Princeton Common Council members are interested in hearing more about a proposal for a computer server database and maintenance for the police department, and potentially other city departments in the future.

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PRINCETON — Brent Denbo made revitalizing South Side Park a main focus when he became Princeton Parks and Recreation Superintendent.

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