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N.J. Princeton Borough Reduces Fleet Size

July 15, 2004

PRINCETON, NJ — The Princeton Borough Council authorized about $86,000 worth of cuts, including reducing the vehicle fleet. In an attempt to spur thinking about further possible cuts, Councilman Andrew Koontz proposed a resolution calling for the borough to study reductions to the police, engineering, and violations departments.Koontz raised some good points, said Councilwoman Wendy Benchley, but any proposed cuts should not affect basic services such as road repair and police, she said.Other proposals, such as extending the downtown parking meter hours by two hours until 9 p.m. and adding hours on Sundays from 1 to 6 p.m., must be done by ordinance and will go before the council in July.

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