Houghtaling Bill Promoting Shared Services Clears Committee

Both lowering the coasts to taxpayers and increasing government efficiency, legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Eric Houghtaling was approved by the Assembly State and Local Government Committee on Thursday.

The bill (A-4390) would allow two or more adjoining counties to enter into an agreement to share a county tax administrator along with their respective staff.

“Shared services programs are cost-saving measures that we should always take advantage of,” said Houghtaling (D-Monmouth). “This bill allows our municipalities to work together by combining resources and expertise in order to ultimately lower costs for our hard-working residents.”


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