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Flickr User Jim Nix
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Ads On Firetrucks? Not Out Of The Question [AUDIO]

Its certainly a sign of the times. Local governments across the country getting creative to raise much-needed revenue - putting more advertisements in public places.

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John Moore, Getty Images
John Moore, Getty Images
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Many NJ Towns Ask For Donations To Pay For Fourth Of July Fireworks [AUDIO]

Is the town where you live holding a big fireworks display on the 4th of July this year?

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Flickr User Orpan Jones
Flickr User Orpan Jones
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Recycling Efforts Down In Some NJ Counties [POLL/AUDIO]

Some New Jersey towns are reporting a decline in recycling efforts, a hard hit not only to the environment but to municipal budgets.

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Flickr User Elliott Brown
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NJ Towns Seeking Greater Share of Energy Taxes

A group representing New Jersey's municipalities is renewing its push for a greater share of energy taxes collected from utilities.

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Firehouse
Flickr User Dotpolka
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Trenton Introduces Rolling Firehouse Closures [AUDIO]

New Jersey's Capitol is trying to maintain vital emergency services with a controversial move...so-called, "rolling firehouse closings."

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Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
Stacy Proebstle, Townsquare Media
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NJ State Aid Flat, Education Funding Up In Christie’s Proposed Budget [AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie's proposed $32.1 billion budget keeps state aid at last year's levels but increases aid to public schools and colleges.

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Jeff Zelevansky, Getty Images
Jeff Zelevansky, Getty Images
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Does No Snow Mean More Money for Municipalities? [AUDIO]

There hasn't been nearly as much snow in New Jersey this year as there was last year. So, you would think municipal budgets across the state would have extra money in their budgets being that they haven't had excess snow removal costs.

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NJ State House in Trenton (Townsquare Media)
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Jersey Mayors Want More Shared Service Help [AUDIO]

When Governor Christie delivers his State of the State address tomorrow, Mayors across Jersey will be hoping he includes some positive news about enacting civil service reforms that will let local officials better hold the line on costs - and property taxes.

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Flickr User Paul Lowry
Flickr User Paul Lowry
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Local Leaders Are Fighting To Control Property Tax Increases [AUDIO]

A new survey by the Jersey League of Municipalities finds most Garden State mayors believe the state's new 2 percent property tax cap is working the way it's supposed to. 

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Flickr User J.Reed
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Towns Consider New Strategies To Cut Costs [AUDIO]

A new survey by the New Jersey League of Municipalities finds an increasing number of Garden state towns are pulling out all stops to save money and cut costs.

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