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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.

 

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New Jersey taxpayers pay almost $30 billion a year in property taxes to cover the costs of our inefficient, bloated and in some ways backward system for delivering services. That amount is 10 percent of what the other 49 states pay in property taxes. New Jersey has a spending problem, not a revenue problem.  The current...

Jan 19, 2018 · by Jessica Gould Chris Christie was elected in 2009 on a wave of voter discontent. New Jersey had become unaffordable for many residents, and the primary culprit driving up the cost of living was property taxes. Candidate Christie said he’d change that by lowering taxes. One method he...

Courage to Connect NJ Makes Substantial Grant to Roxbury – Mount Arlington Study Commission In its role as New Jersey’s matchmaker of municipal entities, Courage to Connect NJ on Wednesday, September 13, 2017, will award the Roxbury Mount Arlington Study Commission a grant of $7,500 to sustain the commission’s study...

PRINCETON, N.J. (WSYR-TV) - Whether you know it or not, our community is at a key moment in time that could impact generations to come. The recommendation from the Consensus Commission on modern government made earlier this year would instantly make Syracuse the second largest city in New York State...

  Chad Goerner, the former Princeton Township mayor who was the driving force behind the successful consolidation of the Princetons — after six previous consolidation attempts failed — has published a new book, “A Tale of Two Tigers,” that describes how it was done, and what more needs to be...

The former Princeton Twp Mayor Chad Goerner has recently published a book about the three attempts before there successful municipal consolidation of the Princetons' in 2013. Thank you for memorializing this amazing accomplishment and all the people who worked on consolidation over the years. Chad has now been serving as...


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