Sea Bright extends study on possible Consolidation

SEA BRIGHT — A study being conducted by a committee of borough residents to determine the feasibility of consolidating Sea Bright with a neighboring municipality will not be completed until March.   

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Should two towns become one?

Mount Roxburlington. Arlingbury. Roxmountburarlingony.

Perhaps the name’s a detail to be worked out a bit down the road. After a lot of other details.

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Porzio to do pro bono work with CtoCNJ

Law firm Porzio, Bromberg & Newman, with offices in Morristown and Princeton, announced it will be assisting Courage to Connect New Jersey, a non-profit 501c3 and a nonpartisan organization whose purpose is to educate the public about the impact of home rule and provides venues for public engagement.   

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Mount Arlington and Roxbury

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On November 1, 2013, the residents of Mount Arlington and Roxbury submitted their petitions to their town clerks to initiate the Consolidation Commission Application process. 

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Residents of Mount Arlington and Roxbury seeking merger

Teams of residents from Mount Arlington and Roxbury have what they believe are a sufficient number of voter signatures to start the process of a study on the merits of consolidating the two municipalities that border Lake Hopatcong.   

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Former Scotch Plains-Fanwood school administrator joins Board of CtoCNJ

Anthony Del Sordi, who has overseen the finances of six public school districts in New Jersey over the past four decades, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of Courage to Connect New Jersey (CtoCNJ), a non-profit, non-partisan organization that assists citizens and local government through the consolidation process.

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South Hunterdon's school consolidation a wise model for saving tax dollars

Last week’s landslide vote in southern Hunterdon County, where residents approved a plan to combine four small school districts into one, is an encouraging step toward sanity in government-heavy New Jersey. The first domino of many.

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NJ towns approve school merger plan

TRENTON , N.J. (AP) — Voters in three towns have approved a plan to merge four school districts in southern Hunterdon County.  

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Hunterdon regionalization plan a winner

Taxpayer money is tighter than ever; the two percent state-mandated spending cap has already forced many schools to eliminate gifted and talented programs, languages, elective classes and extra-curricular activities. Many of our 602 separate school districts can no longer provide cost effective and efficient management of our schools.   

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Regionalize all South Hunterdon schools

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Courage to Connect NJ congratulates South Hunterdon for their landslide approval from the voters to regionalize their four school districts into one. 

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