Settlement approved on tennis courts

The Princeton School Board approved a settlement at a July 6 closed meeting in connection with its ongoing litigation regarding the courts. Settlement terms were unavailable.
In 2012, the Princeton School Board approved a $316,700 bid from Midwest Asphalt to reconstruct the courts. The bid came in about $35,000 under the $350,000 cap the board had earmarked for the project.
But soon after the courts were constructed, they became filled with cracks that affected play on the tennis courts.
The Board also voted to repair the tennis courts with four inches of new asphalt.