Annexation island topic of split council vote
The Princeton City Council struggled and eventually split in a vote this week to affirm that an island tract of land south of town is within city limits despite a court case that removed adjoining properties from the city.
The council spent 70 minutes Monday evening behind closed doors with an attorney, part of it on the property dispute after Deputy Mayor pro tem Bill Glass requested that the agenda item dealing with the parcel be moved to closed session.
Other business conducted at the session included adopting an ordinance dealing with the use of social media, approving an agreement to enlarge City Hall, accepting a bid for street repairs and hearing a report on a sewer impact fee study.
By Joe Reavis • Staff Writer • [email protected]
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