New Jersey voters may weigh in on $600 million of borrowing for open space initiatives in November as lawmakers plan to move forward on a bond bill that will help keep the Garden State Preservation Trust solvent beyond June 30.

Members of the Senate Environment Committee tomorrow will amend a prior bond measure that, if passed by the Legislature, would be on the ballot for November's general election. The initiative would allow New Jersey to issue $600 million of bonds backed by the state to help fund the GSPT for the next three fiscal years, according to a legislative aide who asked to remain anonymous.

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