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The One Reason For NJ’s Sky-High Property Taxes [AUDIO]

You probably already know that on average New Jersey has the highest-in-the-nation property taxes. It seems everybody has a different reason why that is.

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Flickr User Sun dazed
Flickr User Sun dazed
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Monmouth County Pushes Shared Services Plans [AUDIO]

In their continuing effort to push shared services to the forefront, Monmouth County is creating a centralized county call center in freehold which they hope will be more streamlined and efficient.

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Flickr User Dougtone
Flickr User Dougtone
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NJ Town Mergers Come With Sticker Shock [AUDIO]

It isn't always just the issue of 'home rule' that stops towns from consolidating.

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Christie Town Meeting in Caldwell
Governor Christie's Town Meeting in Caldwell (David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Governor Christie Agrees With Democrats On Shared Services [AUDIO]

There's been a lot of discussion lately about Governor Christie's proposal to cut the state income tax 10 percent over 3 years - in order to save everybody some money.

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State Senator Paul Sarlo
Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media
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Top Dems At Odds Over Shared Services Bill [AUDIO]

The top lawmaker in the State Senate says too many municipalities simply refuse to share services because of home rule and that's why he's sponsoring a measure.

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Flickr user ChrisandBlake
Flickr user ChrisandBlake
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Many Jersey Hospitals Have Started Merging [AUDIO]

Over the past decade, more than a dozen Jersey hospitals have closed because of financial troubles - but now there's a new problem on the horizon.

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Governor Chris Christie and Senate President Steve Sweeney
Governor's Office, Tim Larsen
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Gov. Christie To Push For More Shared Services [AUDIO]

Experts agree that property taxes could be dramatically reduced if towns can find a way to share services, but the top lawmaker in the State Senate says too many municipalities simply refuse to do it because of home rule.

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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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Learning To Reinvent The Wheel

A trend of adapting to a tough economic climate will continue in 2012, right where it left off in 2011.

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New Jersey State House in Trenton (Flickr User Mark Stradling)
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Bill Seeks Tenure Shift for Towns Sharing Services

Flickr User Mark Stradling
A bill pushed by a southern New Jersey Democrat would make it easier for towns to share services without running afoul of tenure restrictions.

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