About Courage to Connect NJ
Courage to Connect NJ is the leading non-partisan organization dedicated to helping solve New Jersey’s property tax crisis. The organization has a proven track record of success, working with government leaders and local citizens to find more cost-effective ways to deliver government services, like police, schools, street maintenance and trash removal. CtoCNJ is your resource to make this happen in your community.
Craig Heard testifies before state legislators, urging them to comply with law relating to municipal consolidation efforts.
If you love New Jersey and you don’t want runaway property taxes to destroy your life, you have one chance to save the state.
The legislation eliminates some of the one-size-fits-all provisions of the 2007 consolidation act, and gives towns considering consolidation wide latitude in negotiating agreements that satisfy both sides.
If you could get a superior level of a critical service for less money, how long would it take you to switch to this service? 1) 1 week 2) 2 years 3) 20 years and counting I don't want to answer for you, but the answer for governmental departments...
There are many steps in the process of a potential consolidation of Flemington, Raritan Township.
A 1968 Consolidation Report is still relevant today. '...The residents of Flemington and Raritan and their elected officials possess enough insight to put aside their imaginary differences, realize their common interests in the future development of the area and work together to create a truly great community' The same story...
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