The Princeton City Council decided Tuesday evening to carry out a contract with Anderick, Evans, Lewis, Figg, and Battagler Law Firm of Trenton for attorney services. City Clerk Danette Snapp says Tara Walker was serving as Princeton’s City Attorney as part of the law firm, but she recently started her own law office. The council […]
The Princeton City Council approved service contracts at a meeting Tuesday evening. City Clerk Danette Snapp reports one was approved for the fair board for $3,000 for a band at next year’s fair June 19th. A $1,200 service contract was approved for the Princeton School Drama Club for a play November 30th and December 1st. […]
The entire City of Princeton and City of Mercer have been placed under a 48-hour precautionary boil advisory. Princeton City Clerk Danette Snapp reports the advisory is due to a washout, clean out of the Princeton water tower Tuesday. Mercer City Clerk Colleen Hinshaw says Mercer buys its water from Princeton. The precautionary boil advisory […]
The Princeton City Council approved several service contracts at a meeting Thursday evening. A contract in the amount of $1,000 for the Mercer County Health Department to have a live concert at the Princeton School October 8th was approved. City Clerk Danette Snapp says the concert will be part of the tour for the motivational […]
Princeton Fire Chief Tony Johnson has issued a burn ban for the City of Princeton. Princeton City Clerk Danette Snapp says the burn ban follows the Mercer County burn ban which was issued by the Mercer County Commission this week. The ban on open outdoor burning continues until further notice.
Princeton has lifted its emergency drought operation plan, and the community of Mercer has lifted its water drought protocol. Princeton City Clerk Danette Snapp says Princeton is not losing any more water at its wells, however, she and Mercer City Clerk Colleen Hinshaw ask that residents continue to use conservative measures. Mercer buys its water […]
Princeton has implemented its emergency drought operation plan, and the City of Mercer has implemented its water drought protocol due to wells in Princeton running low. Princeton City Clerk Danette Snapp says the two cities encourage citizens to not water their yards or gardens in order to conserve water. Mercer City Clerk Colleen Hinshaw reports […]
The Princeton City Council approved service contracts at its meeting Tuesday evening. City Clerk Danette Snapp reports the approved service contracts included one for $2,500 for five shows of a melodrama at Calamity Jane Days. Three service contracts were approved for the Princeton Chamber of Commerce. Those included one for $150 for the National Anthem […]