Lisa Jacknow spent years working in national and local news in and around New York City before moving to Princeton. Working as both a TV producer and news reporter, Lisa came to this area to focus on the local news of Mercer County at WZBN-TV. In recent years, she got immersed in the Princeton community by serving leadership roles at local schools in addition to volunteering for other local non-profits. In her free time, Lisa loves to spend time with her family, play tennis, sing and play the piano. A graduate of the S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, Lisa was raised just north of Boston, Massachusetts but has lived in the tri-state area since college. She is excited to be Editor and head writer for Princeton Perspectives!
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The Pulse of Princeton:
What changes are you noticing around Princeton this summer?
Did You Know?
- Through badbug.nj.gov the NJ Department of Agriculture is encouraging residents to stomp out spotted lanternflies on their property, the bug that feeds on more than 70 types of trees and plants
- Every gallon of reduced flow (ground or rainwater eliminated from the sewer system) is a savings for municipal sewer users
- Princeton Battlefield is open from sunrise to sunset and can be explored free of charge, while guided Battlefield tours are offered two Sundays a month through October for a small donation
- The West Windsor warehouse project, Bridge Point 8, is one of the largest in NJ in a thriving industry that saw rents rise 23% in the past year
In This Issue
- Editor’s Note
- The Pulse of Princeton: What changes are you noticing around Princeton this summer?
- Are There More Trucks and Traffic Coming at You From Every Direction?
- What is Needed to Make Princeton Battlefield an Historic Destination?
- Princeton’s Necessary Sewer Improvements Could Come at a Cost to Users
- They’re Quieter and Prettier Than Cicadas, but Spotted Lanternflies are a Nuisance