How Towns Can Save Money Without Cutting Municipal Services

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Princeton Borough and Princetown Township, NJ have finally merged:

Princeton Township and Princeton Borough have become just Princeton.

The merger of the Mercer County communities, which won voter approval in November 2011, formally occurred Tuesday when members of the new governing body were sworn in.

The merger’s goal is to save taxpayers $1.6 million in the first year of a united Princeton and eventually more than $3 million a year.

No service cuts – all the savings come from reducing redundancy and duplication of services and administration.

In 2013, PA needs a shared service bill to help our municipalities save money.

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