Small towns angered by Corzine cuts

Small towns angered by Corzine cuts

There are 1 comment on the Courier News story from Mar 7, 2008, titled Small towns angered by Corzine cuts. In it, Courier News reports that:

Of the 100 municipalities in New Jersey with the lowest spending per person, 72 have fewer than 10,000 residents, said Renzulli, mayor of 7,000-person Eastampton in Burlington County.

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Charles Robinson

Pleasantville, NJ

#1 Mar 10, 2008
Many, if not all these small municipalities need to consolidate some services. I f the intent of the new budget is to encourage consolidation then I'm all for it.Consolidation is practical and possible. The Western Burlington County Region foe Special Educational is an example of reasonable and practical consolidation.

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