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Newark, N.J., Council Tables New Agency Plan, Leaving $70M Gap

Newark, the largest city in New Jersey, must now look towards additional spending cuts and tax increases to fill a $70 million shortfall in its $600 million fiscal 2010 budget as the municipal council last week tabled Mayor Cory Booker’s plan to create a new utility authority.

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