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Government officials not acting fiduciarily responsible

Prior to the pandemic in mid-March, NAIOP NJ had planned to convene several experts to examine New Jersey’s fiscal challenges, controlling costs at the local level and pension and benefits reform. In the subsequent four months, our national GDP has plunged 33 percent...

New Jersey Supreme Court hears GOP bid to block proposed borrowing

Repubican opponents of New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy’s proposal to borrow up to $9.9 billion for offsetting COVID-19-related revenue losses was argued before the state’s highest court Wednesday and they said the state’s constitution and past legal precedent should...

Can Atlantic City rebound again?

At the center of the challenge is a question: Can this iconic Jersey Shore resort, which resurrected itself from decades of decay by welcoming casinos in the mid-1970s, find some new attraction besides legalized gambling to serve as a foundation for a more prosperous...

New credit line could cost NJ Transit more than $1M

Whatever the final costs, several transportation experts described the arrangement as a waste of money. Martin E. Robins, former deputy executive director of NJ Transit and founding director of the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers University, said...

New Rutgers report sources tax revenues, aid in New Jersey

A new Rutgers Regional Report, “Fiscal Flows in New Jersey: A Spatial Analysis of Major State Taxes and State Aid Programs,” authored by Joseph J. Seneca, university professor and economist at Rutgers University’s Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public...

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