Small N.J. towns see big threat
“The municipalities said, 'Don't force consolidation on us.' And we didn't. But people are tightening their belts at home, and governments need to do it, too. I think the residents are saying, 'Merge.' ”
Bordentown City, a 325-year-old riverfront town of about 3,900 that was once home to Clara Barton and Thomas Paine, fears it would lose its cherished small-town identity. via Philly.com
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