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Modern Forms of Municipal Government
New Jersey. State Commission on County and Municipal Government. MODERN FORMS OF MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT. Trenton, NJ, The Commission, 1992. Michael A.Egenton, Project Director and Principal Author. This, the 42nd report of the Commission, was one of the last two reports issued before the Commission was disbanded in Summer 1992.
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- Cover, title page and introductory material.
- Table of contents.
- Executive Summary
- Chapter 1: New Jersey Municipal History and the Traditional Forms of Government
- Chapter 2: Part A: The Optional Municipal Charter Law
- Chapter 2: Part B: The Optional Municipal Charter Law
- Chapter 3: The 1923 Municipal Manager Form of Government
- Chapter 4: The Commission Form of Government
- Chapter 5: Special Charters
- Chapter 6: Municipal Names and Municipal Classification, and About the Commission