The New Jersey Municipal Data Book, 1984

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New Jersey Associates
Government - State & Provincial, Politics - Current E
ContributionsEdith R. Hornor (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11399466M
ISBN 100911273050
ISBN 139780911273052
OCLC/WorldCa234265983

The New Jersey Data Book is a searchable database of statistics on New Jersey’s municipalities, its legislative districts, counties, schools, elections, and people.

It is published as a free public service by Rutgers' Center for Government Services. Available data sets include area/density, population, poverty, crime, employment, housing, fiscal resources, government expenditures.

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Municipal. This is a listing of the municipalities in New Jersey arranged by county, (previous to Princeton Boro and Princeton Township were separate municipalities and the total number was ). It was prepared by the New Jersey State Library to meet the needs of various people for a simple list that they can use for their own purposes.

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This site is the New Jersey specific page, but data is available for all states and territories. Book Summary: The title of this book is The New Jersey Municipal Data Book, and it was written by Edith R.

Hornor (Editor). This particular edition is in a Paperback format. This books publish date is Unknown and it has a suggested retail price of $ A largely complete run of directories for Newark from in the New Jersey Information Center. Public may use,, /65 (subject to change due to fragile materials).

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Hornor, DecemberInformation Publications edition, Paperback. This past fall, we launched the online New Jersey Data Book, making it possible for anyone to search for, compare and download key data about New Jersey’s municipalities in a user-friendly format.

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