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Some NJ Towns Consider Cutting Their Fire Companies To Save Money [AUDIO]

Officials in Ocean City and several other Jersey towns are considering a new approach to save money for local taxpayers - cut the number of full-time firefighters, and hire more EMTs.

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Governor Chris Christie speaks at the New Jersey State League of Municipalities 96th Annual Conference Luncheon
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Gov. Christie Leads N.J. Pep Rally In Address To Mayors [AUDIO]

Acting less like the bully some people accuse him of being and more like a cheerleader, Governor Christie yesterday led a pseudo pep rally for New Jersey's image.

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Gov Christie To Dems: Finish The Tool Kit [AUDIO]

It's time for lawmakers to end payouts for unused sick leave and pass other reforms to help stabilize property taxes said Governor Chris Christie yesterday as he urged the Democratic-controlled Legislature to reconsider two bills he conditionally vetoed.

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Would You Be Willing To Haul Your Garbage To A Landfill – To Save Money? [AUDIO]

If trash collection costs go up in your town…would you be willing to haul the stuff to a landfill yourself to save a few bucks?

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NJ Towns Get Creative To Balance Municipal Budgets

Even with a new two-percent cap in place, New Jersey towns are getting creative and planning ahead to balance their municipal budgets.

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