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Smaller municipalities not costlier than larger ones, study says

Proponents of municipal consolidation in New Jersey have long argued that fusing small towns together will save taxpayers money, but a study from Rutgers University finds large or small, the cost per capita is the same.

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Poll: NJ Not Sold on Town Consolidation [POLL/AUDIO]

Many experts insist that local governments would run more smoothly and property taxes would be reduced if some neighboring towns merged into one. New Jersey residents are not convinced of either claim, according to the latest Rutgers-Eagleton Poll.

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