Baldwin, Princeton committee forge new annexation policy
Representatives of Baldwin Township and the city of Princeton have reached an agreement on a framework for any future annexations.
The two jurisdictions have been grappling with annexation for years in which many in Baldwin have worried about how annexations into the city of Princeton would affect Baldwin residents. The agreement was achieved during a committee type meeting the evening of May 9 in the Baldwin Town Hall.
It was a new attempt in a long line of efforts to reach some consensus on annexation, an agreement that would still need approval by the full city council and full township board and then be made into a document to be binding. See more in Princeton Union-Eagle story by Joel Stottrup.