Office is resource for community

Princeton NJ -- This issue of the Princeton Weekly Bulletin is being mailed to residents of the local community on behalf of the Office of Community and State Affairs.

Office staff members serve as liaisons between the University and state and local government as well as between the University faculty, staff and students and residents of the neighboring communities.

The office gets involved in issues such as donations to municipalities, land use and economic development. Staff members also oversee the Community Auditing Program (see story on page 7), the Town Use of University Facilities Program and activities including the University's participation in the Community Day at the Stadium (see story on page 7), the United Way campaign, Curtain Calls on New Year's Eve and the Communiversity spring festival.

For more information about the Office of Community and State Affairs, call 258-3204 or visit this Web site: <CSA>.


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