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New Jersey"s multiple municipal madness

by Alan J. Karcher

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Published by Rutgers University Press in New Brunswick, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Jersey
    • Subjects:
    • Municipal government -- New Jersey -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 223-227) and index.

      StatementAlan J. Karcher.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJS451.N55 K37 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 238 p. ;
      Number of Pages238
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL355808M
      ISBN 100813525659, 0813525667
      LC Control Number98015606

        – Alan Karcher, former New Jersey Assembly Speaker, in his book, Multiple Municipal Madness. How she got into politics: “In September , I was asked to fill in for a Democratic candidate.   These nose-bleed-high municipal bond prices in California, New York, New Jersey, Oregon, and Minnesota are literally erasing the tax advantages they were intended to .

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New Jersey"s multiple municipal madness by Alan J. Karcher Download PDF EPUB FB2

That comes out clearly in his book about how and why New Jersey became a state with municipalities. There are far too many and they are far too small for New Jersey to be a place that is governed efficiently.

One of the results is that in return for our penchant for "home rule" we pay the highest local property taxes in the by: Written three decades ago, former New Jersey Assembly Speaker Alan Karcher was an early proponent of municipal consolidation and shared services.

For those interested in a wonky read that attempts to present a blueprint to reduce property taxes, this book is for you. flag Like see review Petty Lisbon rated it it was ok/5. That comes out clearly in his book about how and why New Jersey became a state with municipalities.

There are far too many and they are far too small for New Jersey to be a place that is governed efficiently. One of the results is that in return for our penchant for "home rule" we pay the highest local property taxes in the US/5(6).

Alan Karcher looks at the history and high cost of New Jersey's multiple municipalities. He investigates the economic considerations, political pressures, and.

Summary: A critical look at how and why the boundary lines of New Jersey's municipalities were drawn, pointing to the irrationality of these divisions. The author looks at the history and high cost of New Jersey's multiple municipalities. SUMMARY Karcher, Alan J. is the author of 'New Jersey's Multiple Municipal Madness' with ISBN and ISBN   Alan J.

Karcher in his book, New Jersey’s “Multiple Municipal Madness,” said the present political map “is a story that supports the conclusion that these lines are rarely the product of chance; rather, they were drawn by politicians with very human foibles and frailties.”. Shortly before his death, Karcher published New Jersey’s Multiple Municipal Madness (Rutgers University Press, ), which is both a historical tome and a prescription for what he perceived to be the state’s ills.

– Alan J. Karcher, New Jersey’s Multiple Municipal Madness, “The highest endorsement one can receive in public life is to be trusted and supported by one’s neighbors.”. current adopted codes and previous codes. For a period of six months following the operative date of a subcode revision, applicants may submit a complete permit application, including all prior approvals, to be reviewed under the code in force.

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Alan Karcher looks at the history and high cost of New Jersey's multiple municipalities. He investigates the economic considerations, political pressures, and personal agendas that created the bizarre configurations dividing the Garden State, while analyzing the public policies that allowed and even encouraged the formation of new municipalities.

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He wrote two books, ''Lotteries'' (Transactions Publications, ) and ''New Jersey's Multiple Municipal Madness'' (Rutgers University Press, ), which examined the crazy quilt of towns in the. – Alan Karcher, former New Jersey Assembly Speaker, in his book,  Multiple Municipal Madness.

How she got into politics:  “In SeptemberI was asked to fill in for a Democratic candidate for Long Hill Township Committee who had to pull out and I. Article on creative localism in New Jersey which, despite its small size, has municipalities, vestige of state's independent character.

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Discussing New Jersey's Multiple Municipal Madness. New Jersey has municipalities. California has ! Join historian and research librarian Michael DiCamillo for a discussion of how and why New Jersey divided itself again and again including the division of our own Chester Township into Riverside, Riverton, Palmyra, Delran, Maple Shade, Cinnaminson and ."New Jersey's Multiple Municipal Madness", via Google Books, p.

34 ff. Rutgers University Press, ISBN Accessed Novem ^ Honeyman, Abraham Van Doren. Obviously incensed at the curent muni bond madness. Getty. Overpowering Demand; Yields Sink To s Lows; No End In Sight—these are just some of the headlines coming from the municipal bond.