Hunterdon residents may vote on merging all schools

Hunterdon residents will likely be asked to vote in November on a proposal to merge all the schools into just five districts, based on the five high schools.

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WLTW Interview with CtoCNJ

Courage to Connect NJ on WLTW 106.7 Lite FM

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State OKs Roxbury-Mt. Arlington Consolidation Study

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The State Local Finance Board in Trenton on Wednesday approved an application calling for the creation of a commission to study a possible consolidation of Roxbury and Mount Arlington.

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Roxbury Petitioner Chris Rodgers

Roxbury Petitioner Chris Rodgers sharing his thoughts in Trenton after getting approval from the Local Finance Board to form a Consolidation Study Commission

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3 Hunterdon towns create regional K-12 school district, defying the odds

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Members of the South Hunterdon Regional High School marching band perform in Lambertville in 2011. On Tuesday, the regional high school district will merge with the districts of three neighborhoring towns to create a new, K-12 school district.
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The Woman Who Wants to End NJ's Multiple Municipal Madness

 

Gina Genovese

Former tennis pro Gina Genovese was her town’s first Democratic mayor -- and NJ’s first openly gay mayor

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A 'Secret Formula' to Lower Taxes in NJ

Gov. Christie says he's finally found the secret formula to lower property taxes in the Garden State -- although it's not really a secret all.

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Meetings are planned to discuss consolidation of Roxbury, Mount Arlington

The Roxbury Taxpayers Education Association (TEAM) and Mount Arlington TEAM will sponsor a series of public hearings on consolidating the two towns.

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NY Governor Cuomo talks about Local Government Consolidation

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo dedicated over four minutes of his 2014 State of the State speech to local government consolidation to address their highest property taxes in the nation. Listen to this section of his passionate speech.

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Op-ed: On consolidation, N.J. can take cue from N.Y.

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo dedicated more than four minutes of his 2014 State of the State speech last week to discuss what needs to be done to finally control the ever-increasing property taxes across his state: government consolidation.

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