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Princeton 0213

Princeton 0213

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www.theprincetonsun.com
FEB. 13-19, 2013
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INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Policy review
Officials looking overmanuals.
PAGE 3
KATIE MORGAN/The Princeton Sun
The Hun School of Princeton’s Fergus Duke takes a three-point shot in a 44-43 win against The Phelps School on Jan. 6.
The Hun School takes win against The Phelps School
Police:Manabusedanimals
By KATIE MORGAN
The Princeton Sun
A 31-year-old man living inPrinceton has been charged withcommitting animal crueltyagainst two dogs, according to po-lice.The charges are the most re-cent in a growing list of allega-tions, which already include ac-cusations of killing one dog andabusing another.Princeton Animal Control Offi-cer Mark Johnson brought fivecharges of animal cruelty againstMichael G. Rosenberg after a pastacquaintance of Rosenberg’s re-ported seeing him abuse two dogsbetween February and August of last year.According to Johnson, the wit-ness claimed he saw Rosenbergthrow the pets across a room, andrepeatedly throw one dog onto itsback on a concrete floor.
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CASE, page 9
 
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FEB. 13-19, 2013– THE PRINCETON SUN
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By KATIE MORGAN
The Princeton Sun
Princeton officials are review-ing the personnel policy manualsof both the former borough andtownship, including a policy re-garding nepotism.According to Princeton MayorLiz Lempert, reviewing the man-uals is a priority.“The personnel committee ismeeting with Township Adminis-trator Bob Bruschi, and one of our priority tasks is the person-nel policy manual,” she said.“The nepotism policy will be apart of that, but we have a largerand more comprehensive task infront of us, which is to harmonizethe two policy manuals into one,so that we can have a single policythat we’re operating under.”The personnel committee ismade up of Lempert, CouncilmanLance Liverman and Council-woman Jo S. Butler.“There are definitely differ-ences between the two policies,”Lempert said. “The townshipmanual has a written policy onnepotism, so we’re making someadjustments to that to clarifythings.”The review of the nepotismpolicy is an effort to avoid a situa-tion where an official is signingoff on hiring a relative. Such a sit-uation arose in December of lastyear when then-acting-Township
Officials reviewingpolicy manuals
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