Taking an optimistic approach that the COVID-19 pandemic will be waning by the end of June, Princeton City Council this week agreed to continue with plans to hold the July 3 Spectacular with some modifications.
The council met by teleconference Tuesday morning, May 26.
Princeton hosts the Spectacular as a Fourth of July celebration that has included fireworks, live music, vendors, food trucks and the Kids’ Zone entertainment area. This year, however, some portions of the event will be changed for health safety.
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By Joe Reavis • [email protected]