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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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NJ Statehouse
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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State Senate President Steve Sweeney
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Sen. Prez Takes Carrot And Stick Approach To 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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Shaking Hands
Flickr User Wirawat Lian-Udom
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2 Princetons Vote to Merge into 1 Town

Voters in Princeton Township and Princeton Borough have decided to combine their two towns. Borough voters passed it Tuesday by a margin of about 3-to-2. It was even more decisive in the township, where it passed by a margin of more than 5-to-1. The merger takes effect in 2013.

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Flickr User Doug Tone
Flickr User Doug Tone
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Some Smaller Jersey Towns Not Interested In Merging [AUDIO]

It was recently announced that the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs will give towns that merge grants totaling 20 percent of their consolidation costs.

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