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Farmers Market is Back!
West Windsor Farmers Market kicks off its 13th year on Saturday, May 7, with 16 farms, 12 artisan food vendors, community groups, live music, and more in the Vaughn Drive lot at Princeton Junction Train Station.
Also, Plainsboro Founders Day will be rescheduled to Saturday, May 7 due to expected rain. For logistic reasons there will be no parade on the rain date, and ceremonies will begin on the Municipal Grounds at 1:00 pm
Next issue of WWP News: May 13, 2016.
LATEST NEWS FROM WW-P
Schools: The Board approved the district's $171,693,018 million 2016-2017 budget, a 2.17 percent increase.
For West Windsor residents, the school tax rate increases 3.5 cents to $1.493 per $100 of assessed property value, or a school tax of $7,802 for a household with a home assessed at the township average of $522,601. Last year the average homeowner paid $7,617.
Plainsboro residents underwent a reassessment that increased the average township home assessment by 17 percent to $451,588, and in turn the tax rate decreased 28.2 cents to $1.389 per $100 of assessed property. The Plainsboro household living in the post-reassessment average township house pays $6,273 in school taxes. Last year the average homeowner paid $6,467.
West Windsor: After heated debate Council passed a budget which raises the municipal tax levy by 1 cent to 39 cents per $100 of assessed value. For the average West Windsor residential assessment of $522,601, the municipal tax bill is $2,038
Plainsboro The township is nearing a settlement that will peg its affordable housing obligation at 638 units. Mayor Pete Cantu also provided township development updates at a Plainsboro business networking breakfast.
North senior Kyle Siegler closes in on 100 career high school goals.