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1. ¿Cómo son las restricciones en escrito y normas y las leyes vigentes?
2. ¿Tienen las propiedades restricciones?
3. ¿Cuándo y cómo, son propiedades disponibles para la reventa?
4. ¿Cómo se determina el precio de compra?
5. ¿Cuáles son los criterios para la calificación de compra?
6. ¿Cuáles son los criterios de elegibilidad?
7. Preguntas frecuentes acerca del Programa de Compras del Municipio?
8. How are the deed restrictions and rules and regulations enforced?
9. Are Princeton’s affordable housing properties deed restricted?
10. When, and how, are properties available for resale?
11. How is the purchase price determined?
12. What are the criteria for qualification to purchase?
13. What are the criteria for eligibility?

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1. What should I do if there is a bat in my house?
2. What should I do if a bat landed on me or touched me?
3. What should I do if I was bitten by a bat?
4. Could my pet have been exposed to a bat?

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1. Does Princeton have a guide for how much a landlord can raise the rent?
2. I plan on renting one room in my home. Do I need to have an inspection?
3. I own a property with three rental units. Does it need to be registered and inspected?
4. I was told that the previous owner had already registered the property and was exempt from bi-annual inspection. Are there any forms I need to fill out?
5. Do I need to have my rental property inspected in between tenants?
6. How do I pay for the inspection fees?

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1. How does the Civil Rights Commission achieve its purpose?
2. How can the Civil Rights Commission help me?
3. Can the Civil Rights Commission Make a Determination about Discriminatory Actions or Enforce Anti-Discrimination Laws?
4. How do I seek assistance from the Princeton Civil Rights Commission?
5. Will the Civil Rights Commission Impact My Legal Rights Under Anti-Discrimination Laws?

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1. What is the Historic Preservation Commission (HPC)?
2. What is a preservation plan?
3. When do you need preservation plan approval?
4. What is ordinary maintenance?
5. How do you file for preservation plan approval?
6. Can I have my preservation plan approved administratively?
7. What if I want to run my ideas by the HPC?
8. Do I need a zoning permit for the work I want to do?
9. What if I want to plant a tree?
10. What if I want to paint my house?
11. What if I want to demolish a structure or part of a structure?
12. Do I need to hire professionals to present my plan to the Historic Preservation Commission?
13. What is the public hearing?
14. How do I get my plan approved?
15. What do I do if I need a zoning variance for a single family house?
16. What if my plan is not approved and I disagree with the HPC’s recommendations?
17. How does Princeton designate a historic district?

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1. Why should residents have to pay for permits to park in front of their own homes when they already pay such high taxes?
2. Are discounts on permit fees available for low-income residents?
3. The municipality paid an expert consultant, Nelson-Nygaard, three years ago to study our parking system and make recommendations on how to update it and make it work better. What did this consultant
4. Why should the municipality subsidize employee parking?
5. How will day and overnight parking impact municipal services such as garbage collection, snow removal and brush/leaf pickup?
6. Why are neighborhoods that currently do not have a permit system in place being proposed for expansion of the permit program?
7. Will increasing the amount of parallel parking on roadways make them more dangerous and increase the number of crashes on these roads?
8. How will residents pay for the permit? What if they don’t have a credit card?
9. The 2017 study identified underutilized parking capacity. Why should we be expanding employee parking on residential streets before fully exploring options for more fully utilizing these off-street?
10. Can employees park at the all-day meters created when the new meter system was rolled out two years ago?
11. How much will employee permits cost? Will all employees be allowed to purchase permits?
12. Will the University and other institutions be eligible to purchase employee permits?
13. Where would the undergraduate and graduate students park their cars during the day and at night?
14. How many permits can a household purchase if they have a driveway?
15. For residents who live in apartments, how will it be determined who qualifies for permits?
16. Are there certain streets in the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood that will be exempt from parking restrictions?
17. How much would a permit cost if I have a guest?
18. What if I have multiple guests with more than one car?
19. What is the reason for increasing the parking limit from two to three hours?
20. Will the 3-hour grace period apply to evening hours as well as day?
21. Are landlords still responsible for providing/purchasing permits for their tenants?
22. How will the redevelopment of the Seminary land on Hibben and 206 affect parking?
23. Are hotels and housing developments required to provide parking for their guests and tenants?
24. How will home health aides and day care workers be allowed to park?
25. Is the removal of the High School Neighborhood and the Western Section from the proposal permanent?
26. Is the proposed plan more complicated than the existing regulations?
27. What is the financial impact of removing License Plate Reading (LPR) technology from the proposal?
28. How will contractor and other services provider parking be handled?
29. How many cars currently park on each of our residential streets Monday-Friday?
30. Approximately, what is the total estimated number of potential street level employer permit paying cars that would be parked on nearby residential streets?
31. What is the rationale and approach for allocation of employer-purchased parking places to address the anticipated gap between supply and demand?
32. How many additional employer permits will be granted to park on each neighborhood street if this proposed parking permit regulation is passed?
33. How will new expanded parking permits be issued? Will this only be done electronically or also using paper passes to be kept on the car's dashboard?
34. How will expanded permit residential parking be enforced?

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1. Why am I required to register my alarm?
2. I had a false alarm, what should I do?
3. I’m moving, what do I need to do?
4. I don’t use my alarm, do I need to register?

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1. What can you recycle?
2. Where can you get a recycling bucket?
3. How do I recycle an appliance or mattress?

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1. I think something might be wrong with my tree. Can I request that the Municipal Arborist visit my property to assess its condition or otherwise advise me on questions related to my private trees?
2. How should I select a tree care company or specialist?
3. I want to plant a tree in my Princeton yard. I hear native (not imported) trees thrive best. What are the names of some native trees that grow well in our New Jersey climate?
4. May I prune the branches of a neighbor’s yard trees if they overhang into my property?
5. Which trees are the responsibility of the municipality, and which are mine?
6. What if tree roots are pushing up the sidewalk at my address? Who is responsible for trees that are blocking streetlights, traffic, and parking signs?
7. How do I report a tree problem - like a large fallen branch or tree?
8. What do I do with dead branches in my yard?
9. What is the best way to mulch a tree?
10. How do I report the address of a “public tree” or find it on the shade tree database?
11. Can I request a tree be planted curbside? How does the municipality decide on the type of tree to plant?
12. Can one attach nails or staples for posters on tree trunks?
13. How can I donate a tree to the municipality or arrange to have a commemorative tree planted in the town?
14. Do I need a permit to plant, prune or cut down trees on my property? If so, what are the penalties for cutting down a tree without a permit?
15. How can I donate a tree to the municipality or arrange to have a commemorative tree planted in the town?
16. How can I donate a tree to the municipality or arrange to have a commemorative tree planted in the town?

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1. What is a SID?
2. What does a SID do?
3. How are SID programs and services paid for?
4. SID or Merchants' Association?
5. Will municipal services be reduced if the SID is providing similar services?
6. Who oversees the SID?
7. How is a SID formed?
8. What other municipalities in New Jersey have a SID which includes the entire municipality?
9. What other municipalities in New Jersey have a SID with multiple sub areas in which the assessment rates differ from one district to another?
10. The report of the feasibility study suggests sub areas and variable tax rates. Are those sub area boundaries and tax rates fixed?
11. If those sub areas and assessment rates are not fixed what individual or entity will fix them?
12. Can the feasibility study map designating the proposed sub areas be enlarged so that it is clear ....
13. Are all of the decisions regarding sub areas and assessment rates to be made by the District Management Corporation (DMC)?
14. Will all of those individuals and entities subject to the SID assessment have any role in electing members of the DMC?
15. Where can the organizing documents of the Princeton Business Partners Inc, created by the ordinance to be found?
16. Do the members of the Princeton Business Partners Inc. have to live in Princeton? Pay Taxes in Princeton? Own property in Princeton?
17. Who will pay the SID assessment, the landlord or the tenant? Does it depend on whether the lease is a gross or net lease?
18. How many members, trustees, board members of the Princeton Business Partners, Inc. will there be?
19. How will the members, trustees, board members be elected, selected, appointed?
20. In making sure that the members, trustees, board members of the Princeton Business Partners Inc. are diverse, equitable and inclusive....
21. Will there be term limits for the Board?
22. In selecting assessment rates for the sub areas what criteria did the Steering Committee use?
23. To the layman it would seem that the greatest beneficiary of SID expenditures would be those businesses in the center of Princeton, Palmer Square...
24. Where can one find attachment A to the ordinance, the listing of every property in Princeton that will be subject to the SID assessment.
25. Will the members, trustees, board members, and employees of the Princeton Business Partners, Inc. be subject to a code of ethics ....

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1. Why did my assessment increase?
2. How do I know if my property is assessed fairly?
3. My neighbor’s house is the same as mine, but they are paying less taxes than me. Why?
4. I think my property is over-assessed. What can I do about it?
5. I want to build an addition to my house. How much more taxes will I have to pay?

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1. How will the ordinance be enforced?
2. What happens if my building is out of compliance with the ordinance?
3. What are the penalties?
4. How should signage be displayed?
5. What if my business uses specially ordered signs that require time to make? Can I get an extension?
6. Can a waiver be obtained?