Public-works facility in N.J. township might be expanded

01/31/2013 | PhillyBurbs.com

Bordentown Township, N.J., officials and residents attended a public hearing on expanding a public-works facility onto adjacent property. The expansion could bring in about $30,000 in additional income and offer residents wider recycling options, in exchange for about $18 extra per year on the average tax bill. The project would cost about $2.3 million, including renovating the facility, which is running out of room for waste.

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