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 can be told all over NJ. This is an idea whose time has come.
Another town has the courage to ask their residents if they are ready to look into consolidation.
We need more towns to have this courage!
Over the past 5 years, residents have been concerned about their police department and public safety if their town consolidated.
Which of these questions have you been asking? Hear the answers from the police officers who have successfully consolidated.
CtoCNJ Board supports the Roxbury/Mt Arlington Consolidation Study Commission with a $5,000 GrantRead more
Here is an easy way to explain the need for consolidation to your friends.Read more
Mayor Liz Lempert said in her state of the town address Monday that the merger of two Princetons had shrunk the size of government, improved services and lightened the tax load on residents.