New Jersey’s independent local authorities should increase their transparency by posting annual financial reports and public meeting information online, according to state Comptroller Matthew Boxer.

The comptroller released a report Tuesday indicating that many local authorities and commissions, fire departments, housing authorities, and other municipal agencies do not readily provide basic financial statements or general information about their operations to the public.

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