MIDDLE TOWNSHIP ISSUES SUPPORT FOR INTEREST ARBITRATION CAP

The law that capped arbitration contract awards at two percent for public unions expired on April 1. Gov. Chris Christie has been calling on the Assembly to take action on a bill that would solidify the cap. Middle Township has issued public support for the legislation. Mayor Tim Donohue said the cap has produced significant tax savings for residents in the town. There is a two percent cap in municipal budget increases that hasn’t expired.

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