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WEST WINDSOR & PLAINSBORO
The Beat Goes On
The West Windsor Arts Council's annual summer concert series features local and regional artists spanning the musical spectrum , from Brazilian jazz and the blues to "newgrass" and folk pop. Free concerts are scheduled on select Saturdays through August, 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Nassau Park shopping center's pavilion between Target and Panera Bread.
Next issue of WWP News: July 10, 2015.
LATEST NEWS FROM WW-P
Schools: Three School Board seats will be up for election this fall, and the candidate filing deadline is July 27. From Plainsboro, board president Tony Fleres and board member Rachel Juliana are up for reelection. Board vice president Michele Kaish is running for re-election from West Windsor.
West Windsor: The dreaded Emerald Ash Borer has officially arrived in West Windsor, and the township is preparing a defense. Also, updates on the Cranbury Road sidewalk project. And a welcome to new WW Arts Center executive director Aylin Green.
Plainsboro: Check out the profile of new Plainsboro Administrator Anthony Cancro. He starts July 13, and he brings more than 30 years of government experience from the federal, state, and municipal level.
IN WEST WINDSOR AND PLAINSBORO
The Jersey Mikes Mets won the West Windsor Little League Majors playoffs on June 13. Pictured left to right are Timothy Roberts, Kevin Cao, Carter Mudgett, Ryan Desalvo, Aaron Kats, Ryan Kats, Andrew Van Dusen, Joe Lillywhite, Caleb Kempler, Rex Sapienza, Owen Birkland, and coaches Eric Lasky and Matt Kempler.