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Life in the Fast Lane: College Savings Bank
College Savings Bank took its case all the way to the
Supreme Court and lost. It had sued the state of Florida for infringing
its patent on CollegeSure CDs, a financial program that uses certificates
of deposit to save for and prepay college tuition. Florida offered
a similar savings plan. But in two 5-4 rulings, the Supreme Court
ruled against the Vaughn Drive-based bank (http://www.collegesavings.com).
In this victory for states rights the majority opinion — that
individuals and companies cannot sue states to enforce a federal right,
such as a patent — was written by Chief Justice William Rehnquist,
joined by Justices Sandra Day O’Connor, Antonin Scalia, Anthony Kennedy,
and Clarence Thomas. In the minority, arguing that "no man is
above the law," and that this includes state agencies, were Justices
John Paul Stevens, David Souter, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Stephen
Lawrenceville 08648. Susan Newman, vice president. 609-895-9600; fax,
This credit investigation firm was founded earlier this year by Susan
Newman. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, Class of
1979, and has been working in this field for 15 years.
Drive, Lawrenceville 08648. Kevin Frankenfield, owner. 609-695-1125;
fax, 609-695-1125. Home page: http://www.gi3.com.
GI3.com is primarily involved with web design, creation, maintenance,
and support of new or existing websites for businesses and individuals.
This home-based business, founded earlier this year by Kevin Frankenfield
and his partner Aaron Luwisch, also offers onsite technical classes
for businesses that want to update employee skills. Frankenfield,
who has been working in this field since 1986, has a degree in business
administration, with a minor in computers, from Kutztown University,
Class of 1986.
08540. Ed Jones, owner. 732-355-9886; fax, 732-355-9887. Home page:
Ed Jones, who started this medical animation company out of his home
last year, has moved to his own office at Jefferson Plaza. He uses
three dimensional computers and animation programs to clarify and
present medical concepts for medical and legal firms.
Jones has a bachelor’s in fine arts from the University of Michigan,
Class of 1973, and a master’s in medical illustration. He previously
worked for the Princeton-based Formal Systems.
08540. Raymond A. Ferrara, president. 609-924-8821; fax, 609-924-8831.
Home page: http://www.omnienvironmental.com.
This 12-person consulting firm has moved from 211 College Road East
to Research Park. The firm does water quality modeling, water and
wastewater permitting, water resources, and environmental control.
Phone, fax, and URL new. consulting services in water quality modeling,
water and wastewater permitting, water resources, and environmental
Road, Suite F1, West Windsor 08550. 609-897-1111; fax, 609-897-1112.
The attorney has moved his office from 217 Clarksville Road to this
office center in West Windsor. He has a general practice with a focus
on litigation, DWI and traffic law, business law and collections.
Dayton 08810. Eric Janke, president. 732-329-2221; fax, 732-329-8260.
The fruit and vegetable importing company has moved from 4275 Route
1 South, Monmouth Junction to Route 130. Eric Janke is president,
and the Dayton office is managed by David Esterline. Phone and fax
are new. It imports goods from Chile, Spain, Morocco, and Italy to
4315 Route 1 South, Monmouth Junction 08852. Ronald S. Green, executive
director. 609-419-1600; fax, 609-419-4185. Home page: http://www.princetonol.com/groups/pack992.
The Boy Scouts have moved from an office in downtown Pennington to
this location, across from Dow Jones. Phone and fax are new.
Suite 1300, Plainsboro 08536. Richard Dickson, president. 609-799-0220;
The real estate firm has moved its 266 Wall Street office to Suite
1300 at 666 Plainsboro Road; this office complex is owned by the firm,
which develops residential subdivisions and does custom home construction.
Princeton 08540. Hector Colon, registered representative. 609-924-8000;
fax, 609-924-8211. Home page: http://www.sunamericasecurities.com.
Hector Colon has moved his financial services from Hamilton; he has
been in the financial services field for six years. He offers a complete
array of services including retirement plans, 401ks, insurance, and
Emily Croll, project director. 609-683-4495; fax, 609-497-6390.
Haverstick-Borthwick of Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania, has started
on a $2 million job that will restore the exterior facade of the main
house (including new facilities for disabled persons), exterior and
interior restoration of the servants’ quarters, and extensive restoration
of the gardens.
Emily Croll, formerly director of the Historical Society of Princeton,
is the project director. Morven was formerly the mansion of the governors
of New Jersey. The project will include the creation of exhibits and
period rooms that will be open to the public in what Governor Whitman
foresees as a "living history lesson."
The 18-room mansion, was built around 1758 by Richard Stockton, signer
of the Declaration of Independence. It was the New Jersey governor’s
mansion from 1954 to 1980.
1018 Hamilton Avenue, Trenton 08629. Richard Golden, executive director.
609-392-5494; fax, 609-392-5615.
A 1991 graduate of Princeton University with a law degree from the
University of Michigan, Richard Golden has been hired as executive
director of this agency that aims to help revitalize Trenton. It offers
home ownership counseling services and low-interest home improvement
loans. He has done community revitalization work in Camden and helped
to develop housing for special needs populations through the Multiple
Sclerosis Association of America.
University’s director of food services, general manager of the Nassau
Inn, owner of Cox’s Store, and a partner in Princeton Caterers.
Francais de Princeton and was an agent for her daughter, a concert
guitarist. A memorial service will be Sunday, July 18, at 2 p.m. at
Nassau Presbyterian Church.
at Lawrenceville School and jazz critic for the Trentonian.
contractor, he was an avid booster of Princeton University basketball.
owned Andy’s Tavern from 1946 to 1992, during which time it became
a mecca for Princeton University basketball coaches and fans.
and Nini Chrysler Plymouth.
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