Princeton and Mercer County lifts bans brought by drought

Date 2012/9/7 5:50:00 | Topic: News

The Princeton City Council has lifted a ban on outdoor watering that had been in effect because of dry conditions.
THE PRINCETON COUNCIL HAS APPROVED A REQUEST FOR A 250 DOLLAR SERVICE CONTRACT. IT'S FOR PRIZE MONEY FOR THE TALENT SHOW AT THE CALAMITY JANE DAYS FESTIVAL. THE REQUEST WAS FROM PRINCETON CHAMBER PRESIDENT DONNA HERDRICH.

THE PRINCETON COUNCIL APPROVED A REQUEST FROM
JEFF POWER FOR A CATER'S PERMIT. IT'S FOR A BEER GARDEN AT THE CALAMITY JANE FESTIVAL.

GRAND RIVER MUTUAL TELEPHONE WAS GRANTED PERMISSION TO USE A FAIR BARN AT PRINCETON SEPTEMBER 20TH FOR A CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY. THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR USE OF THE BUILDING.

In a related story, THE MERCER COUNTY COMMISSION HAS LIFTED A BAN ON OPEN BURNING IN THE UNINCORPORATED AREAS OF THE COUNTY.

THE BAN HAD BEEN IN EFFECT ABOUT TWO MONTHS. RECENT RAINFALL HAS ALLOWED THE BAN TO BE LIFTED IN THE RURAL AREAS OF MERCER COUNTY.



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