Small N.J. towns see big threat

Small N.J. towns see big threat

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“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

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#1 Mar 18, 2008
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