Improving Princeton as a more livable community – September 22, 2012

Improving Princeton as a More Livable Community

• Driving • Biking • Walking • Transit
Q: How can the new municipal government encourage
us all to get around in more sustainable ways?
A: Street design solutions depend on where you live, right?
If you live in a… …the ʻtoolsʼ are different
…rural area? …low density suburb? …dense suburb? …an urban area? rural suburban urban

Planned Projects Status Report of the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commissionʼs
Central New Jersey Transportation Forum – Pam Mount, Chair, Sustainable Jersey
ʻComplete Streetsʼ & the Draft of the New Circulation Element of the Master Plan,
ʻA Mobility Plan for the New Princetonʼ- Marvin Reed, Chair, Master Plan Subcommittee of the Regional Planning Board
ʻPrinceton: A Traffic Portrait, A Mid-Point Progress Reportʼ – Ralph Widner, Princeton Traffic & Transportation Committee
ʻAn Ad-hoc Bike Plan for Princetonʼ – Yan Bennett & Steven Kruse, Princeton Pedestrian & Bicycle Advisory Committee
Richard Woodbridge, Republican Candidate for Mayor of Princeton
Liz Lempert, Democratic Candidate for Mayor of Princeton
Break-outs & Summary Reports

College Towns: Planning, Partnerships – June 16, 2012


Presentations by:

The Urban Design Studio, Bloustein School, Rutgers University

Dan Camp, former mayor and developer of the Cotton District in Starkville, Mississippi, Mississippi State University

Lou Marquet, principal of Leyland Alliance, developer of the Storrs Center, University of Connecticut & the Mansfield Partnership

Princeton in Transition – March 17, 2012

Princeton in Transition – What is the future of Princeton’s buildings

What is the best use of:

Borough Hall
The Harrison Street Fire House
The Valley Road School Building
The Chestnut Street Fire House
The Township Salt Dome
What would you like to see the post office become?
Where can school buses go to park?
The Township public works building?

Emergency Services – February 18, 2012

Emergency Management – Every second counts

Moderator: Bill Metro, Chief Executive Officer, iXP Corporation

Mike Freda – Chairman Transition Task Force
Bob Gregory – Princeton Borough Emergency Management
Dean Raymond – Mercer County OEM
Paul Ominsky – Princeton University, Executive Dir. DPS & EM
Lt. Bob Currier, 9-1-1 Overview
Lt. Sharon Papp, Planning for Major
Frank Setnicky – Director, Princeton First-Aid and Rescue Squad (BLS)
Jamie Chebra & Jim Boozan – Capital Health, Emergency Preparedness and Mobile Intensive Care Unit Operations (ALS)
Dann Dingle, Director of Security and Emergency Mgt.
Pam Hersh, VP of Government & Community Affairs Princeton Healthcare System

PDF of presentations