Salem County freeholders release shared services feasibility study on municipal courts

May 19, 2009 Full story: Millville News

After starting work on a shared municipal courts feasibility study in 2008, the Salem County Board of Chosen Freeholders have now released the report to municipalities around the county.

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jersey girl

Swedesboro, NJ

#1 May 21, 2009
I think payment should be based on the number of incidents for court. Maybe we can merge towns.

maybe merging some Catholic churches up north might make sense. It doesn't make sense to close down most of our churches in salem county and leaving a severe travel hardship for many.

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