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'HS South Senior and Piano Virtuoso Performing March 22
Neeraja Aravindan, 17, will perform Beethoven with the Westminster Community Orchestra at the Westminster Conservatory Showcase on Sunday, March 22, at 3 p.m. in Richardson Auditorium at Princeton University. Her credentials? Glad you asked. She is the winner of the Westminster Conservatory's Concerto Competition, enrolled in the pre-collegiate Young Artists Program at Westminster Conservatory and recipient of the Dr. H. Korkina Scholarship of Westminster Conservatory in 2012 for piano studies.
Next issue of WWP News: April 3, 2015.
LATEST NEWS FROM WW-P
Schools: On March 10 High School South was briefly evacuated after a bomb scare stemming from a student's tweets that morning. It is still unclear what exactly the student posted and the school has declined to comment. In other news, the school board approved a tentative budget with a 2.1 percent increase.
West Windsor: Council approved an architect to design a new EMS building, while Stony Brook Regional Sewerage Authority Board Chair Bob Bartolini makes a strong case to fix WW's sewer pipes. Don't know Dr. Bartolini? He's a central figure in transitioning WW residents from on-site septic tanks to a state-of-the-art public sewer plant. In other news, the Arts Council director is leaving in June.
Plainsboro: The proposed municipal tax increase for 2015 is 1.28 cents. The township is also exploring preservation plans for the Wicoff House. Also, Mayor Pete Cantu announced March 20 the June resignation of longtime Business Administrator Bob Sheehan.
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Prepping For Spring
The competitive season for Spring sports starts in April. To the right is High School North alumnus Joe Jensen, who is tearing up the turf as a senior at Hamilton College. Spring information and several wrap-ups are available in this issue's sports briefs.