- Boards & Commissions A through M
Boards & Commissions A through M
The Affordable Housing Committee monitors the compliance in providing housing to low and moderate income families under its Mt. Laurel II obligation.
Animal Control Advisory Board
The Princeton Animal Control Advisory Committee is a group of citizen members who work with the Animal Control Officer in regards to animal issues in the town of Princeton.
Board of Health
The mission of the Board of Health is to protect and improve the public’s health through disease prevention, health education and community planning by providing competent and professional environmental and public health services to all residents of Princeton.
Cannabis Task Force
The Cannabis Task Force (CTF) serves in an advisory capacity to provide input to Mayor and Council on the major areas of concern regarding legal cannabis.
Civil Rights Commission
The mission of the Civil Rights Commission is to work cooperatively among people and groups, to aid in the elimination of discrimination between people.
Construction Board of Appeals
The Construction Board of Appeals hears and decides appeals from decisions of the enforcing agency as it relates to construction sub-codes.
Corner House Board
Corner House is the municipal treatment and prevention agency addressing substance abuse and education programs associated with same.
Economic Development Committee
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The Environmental Commission advises the Mayor, Township Administration, The Town Council, and local officials, including the Planning Board and the Zoning Board regarding environmental issues and actions that may affect the natural resources and inhabitants of the community.
Flood & Storm Water Commission
The Flood and Storm Water Commission conducts studies and makes recommendations to Mayor and Council concerning flooding and storm water management issues.
Historic Preservation Commission
The Historic Preservation Commission advises and assists the Planning Board and the Zoning Board of Adjustment by reviewing and reporting on development applications and preservation plans in locally designated historic districts and buffer zones.
Human Services Commission
The mission of the Human Services Commission is to improve the quality of life of individuals in our community who are vulnerable, economically disadvantaged, or otherwise in need.
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