WHAT'S HAPPENING IN
WEST WINDSOR & PLAINSBORO
ALL FUTURE EVENTS
Art on the Walls: Plainsboro Library presents a collection of mixed media works by Plainsboro resident and artist Liz Adams beginning Wednesday, April 2. "Media Relations" explores the ways similar concepts can be rendered in different media, such as embroidery, drawing, and weavings. The reception will be held Sunday, April 13, from 2 to 4 p.m. The show is on view to Monday, April 28.
LATEST NEWS FROM WW-P
Budgets: The WW-P school budget was approved, with some drama, by a 7-2 vote. The budget calls for a 2.35 percent increase in the tax levy. West Windsor Township introduced a zero-increase budget, and Plainsboro taxes will go up only .98 percent.
Development: With plans expected from Toll Brothers for a new mixed-use development on the Maneely tract, changes are in order for Bear Brook and Old Bear Brook roads. Old Bear Brook will be closed at Alexander and become a cul-de-sac, while the intersection of Bear Brook and Old Bear Brook will become a traffic circle.
Biology: Concerned parents expressed their issues with High School North's pilot honors biology program in a meeting with Superintendent David Aderhold and other district officials. The district will plan a course of action based on meetings with students and teachers involved in the program.
The spring season gets underway during the first week in April. Read our preview.
Meanwhile, some athletes are looking past the spring season toward graduation and sports at the college level. Several WW-P athletes have signed national letters of intent to play sports in college.