Mayor Goerner, CtoCNJ Executive Director Gina Genovese and Fred Lange await public hearing

Princeton Township Mayor Chad Goerner, Courage to Connect New Jersey Executive Director Gina Genovese and Fred Lange of Courage to Reconnect (l-r) eagerly await a public hearing with Fanwood residents regarding a proposal municipal consolidation study for Scotch Plains and Fanwood. The hearing was held July 10 in Fanwood, as part of three summer hearings being held through the oversight of the state Department of Community Affairs.

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Despite a few snags, Princeton merger work continues

Following a November vote by residents of two New Jersey municipalities to merge, a task force is proceeding with plans to combine Princeton Township with Princeton Borough. Some expenses of the consolidation are higher than anticipated.   

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Fanwood Mayor, Council Question Effort to Consolidate Scotch Plains-Fanwood

A public hearing was held Monday night at the Scotch Plains Municipal Building on the application by the organization Courage to Reconnect Scotch Plains/Fanwood (CTR-SPF) seeking local and state endorsement to study consolidating the two towns.

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Princeton setting the example for consolidation

The seemingly obvious idea that New Jersey’s many municipal governments could join together to save tax money has been thwarting anyone who tried it for more than a century.   

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Princetons Finds Merger Vote Easy Part of Consolidation

Combining the two New Jersey communities that share the Princeton name is testing Governor Chris Christie’s effort to get the state’s patchwork of 566 cities and towns to merge governments. 

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Statewide forum promotes municipal consolidation effort

EAST BRUNSWICK — Citizens and elected officials from all over the state attended a forum Wednesday to discuss ways in which to make local government more efficient through municipal consolidation.   

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Goerner: Town mergers can work in NJ

For the Princetons, 2012 is the year we transition to a single municipal government, with the promise of a brighter and more sustainable future.   

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Courage to Connect NJ Featured on Baristanet

As budget hearings continue in Trenton through the early spring, there is another important meeting that is also taking place. In my opinion, this meeting is more critical for the long-term fiscal strength of our state than anything taking place in the Statehouse. 

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Princeton Township Mayor: Municipal consolidation will pay off

For the Princetons, 2012 is the year we transition to a single municipal government, with the promise of a brighter and more sustainable future.   

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CtoCNJ Featured in the Paramus Patch

Communities, like the people who live in them, suffered from the recent economic crisis, dealing with budget cuts, layoffs, and reduced services.   

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