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Princeton 0417

Princeton 0417

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APRIL 17-23, 2013
Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Classified . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19Editorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Obituaries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
New names
New municipal buildingnames are chosen.
The Princeton Folk MusicSociety will present DavidMassengill on Friday, April 19,at 8:15 p.m. at ChristCongregation Church, 50Walnut Lane.Massengill, a virtuoso onthe Edsel Martin dulcimer, isa transplanted Tennesseanwho has been an importantfigure of the folk scene inGreenwich Village for more30 years. “His richlyobserved songs about socie-ty and the life around him,combine the soft-spokencharms of a Southern gen-tleman with the street-wisecommon sense of a NewYorker,” the society wouldhave us know.Massengill has performedat The Newport Folk Festival,Carnegie Hall, The KennedyCenter, and on PBS and BBC.His songs have been record-ed by Joan Baez, NancyGriffith, Chad Mitchell, DaveVan Ronk, Lucy Kaplanskyand many others.Admission is $20 at thedoor. For more info, call 609-799-0944.
Just plain folk 
Battle of Princeton re-enactment
Officials,police chiefcontinuenegotiations
The Princeton Sun
Municipal officials have metwith Princeton Police Chief David Dudeck several times in thepast month to negotiate a separa-tion agreement.Town attorney Ed Schmierersaid he has met with Administra-tor Bob Bruschi and Dudeck atleast three times.Dudeck has not been in the of-fice since Feb.26, when heleft amid alle-gations of “administra-tive miscon-duct.” In theweeks follow-ing Dudeck’sdeparture,the matter was referred to the of-fice of the Mercer County Prose-cutor. A spokeswoman from theprosecutor’s office said the allega-tions were being reviewed. Thesubstance of the allegations hasnot been disclosed.Dudeck is on medical leave.Schmierer said the parties are notin a rush to negotiate a separationbecause Dudeck’s absence has not
It’s time to end thedysfunctionalculture of thepolice department.
 please see
DUDECK, page 9
JASON S. COLFLESH/Special to The Sun
Seen are actors in Revolutionary War-era dress at the re-enactment of the 1777 Battle of Princetonat Princeton Battlefield State Park on April 6.
police report
The following public informa-tion was provided by the Prince-ton Police Department.April 1, first block of Wither-spoon: A victim at a business re-ported the theft of cash and abank card from his coat pocket,with additional money subse-quently withdrawn from his bankaccount.April 2, 400 block of MountLucas Road: During the course of a stop, a 21-year-old Willingboroman was found to have a$922 warrant outstanding. He wasarrested and transported to theMercer County CorrectionsCenter in Hopewell in default of bail.April 4, Lytle Street near With-erspoon: During a motor vehiclestop, a 23-year-old Morrisville,Pa., man was found to be in pos-session of what appeared to bemarijuana. He was arrested,processed and released. He wasalso charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and severalmotor vehicle violations.April 4, Valley Road near Wal-nut Lane: During a motor vehiclestop, a 50-year-old Ewing man wasfound to have an active trafficwarrant for $190 outstandingfrom Pennington Borough. Hewas arrested and released on bail.April 4, 100 block of Wither-spoon: Patrols were dispatched inresponse to a report of a manpeering into windows. A 50-year-old Bridgeton man matching thedescription was found in Prince-ton Cemetery. He was found tohave multiple traffic and criminalwarrants outstanding, totaling$1,350. He was arrested andcharged with criminal trespassand possession of burglary tools.He was held in default of bail.April 5, Hulfish Street: Patrolofficers responded to a report of an unresponsive woman, col-lapsed on the floor of a restau-rant, blue in the face, with nopulse. Officers began CPR.PFA&RS took over her care. Shewas transported to UMCP atPlainsboro for further treatment.The woman survived.April 6, North Harrison Streetnear Clearview: During a motorvehicle stop, a 26-year-old Trentonman was arrested for possessionof a controlled dangerous sub-stance. He was also charged withhaving a broken windshield andfor driving an unregistered vehi-cle. He was later released.April 7, Snowden Lane nearRoute 27: During a motor vehiclestop, a 40-year-old Princeton manwas arrested on a charge of drunken driving. He was releasedwith a pending court date.April 9, University Place,Dinky Station: A Trek men’s bicy-cle was reported stolen betweenMarch 8 and 10.April 10, Stockton Street (Route206), south of Lovers Lane: Multi-ple 911 calls reported that a trac-tor trailer hauling scrap metalwas on fire. The driver had beenforced to abandon the vehicle. Re-sponding were Princeton Police,Princeton Fire, PFA&RS andTrenton HAZMAT. The fire wasextinguished.
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The Princeton Sun
The former Township Buildingand former Borough Hall willnow be known as WitherspoonHall and Monument Hall, respec-tively.The winners of a town-widecontest to rename Princeton’s twomunicipal buildings were an-nounced April 5.One of the winners of the con-test, which was co-sponsored bythe town and the Princeton Pub-lic library, is Carol Calamoneri,who submitted Witherspoon Hall.She was also one of five people tosubmit Monument Hall. Theother four submissions camefrom Diana Crane, StephanieChorney, Mimi Omiecinski andRoger Shatzkin.The five winners were recog-nized at the April 8 PrincetonCouncil meeting. Calamoneri re-ceived a prize package that in-cluded a $250 gift certificate toMcCaffrey’s Supermarket, seasontickets to the next season of Princeton University basketball,a free family membership to theCommunity Park Pool, and freeDVD rentals at the library.One of the other four winnerswas chosen at random to receive asimilar prize package. Shatzkin,whose name was drawn from ahat, received a season ticket pack-age, free pool membership andDVD rentals. Shatzkin, Calam-oneri, Omiecinski, Crane andChorney all received $50 gift cer-tificates to McCaffrey’s Super-market.Calamoneri, who has been aPrinceton resident for sevenyears, said her ideas for the twobuilding names were just “com-mon sense.”“I read about the contest in thelocal paper,” she said. “Thenames just came to me. They’dbeen rattling around in my head.The new names will let peopleknow exactly where the buildingsare, so residents and non-resi-dents will be able to find them.”Calamoneri coordinates fooddrives for Yes We Can, a grass-roots charity in Princeton thatbenefits the Crisis Ministry foodpantry. She said her $300 in Mc-Caffrey’s gift certificates wouldgo to buy food for needy families.“I thought, you know, I couldbuy several filet mignons, but itwould just go so much further forpeople who really need it,” shesaid. “I will take the season tick-ets, though, and we’ll definitelyuse the pool.”More information about YesWe Can is available at yeswecan-fooddrives.org.Calamoneri said she waspleased the municipality reachedout to the public for ideas whenrenaming the buildings.“Our town officials give peoplea chance to express themselves,”she said. “There are incredibly in-telligent people who live here andhave worthwhile things to say. It’s just that kind of town. I credit thecouncil and the mayor for listen-ing to the people.”
New municipal building names are chosen

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