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As an alternative to raising the nation's second lowest gas tax (but lacking Alaska's oil wells), The Record found that Gov. Christie diverted toll revenue from the Port Authority and used them for state-owned facilities such as the Pulaskie Skyway.
Apr 2, 2014   The Record
Once at the cutting edge of the recycling revolution, the last decade has seen a precipitous drop-off in recycling in New Jersey. James M. O’Neill reports on the reasons for the decline and its effect on municipal finances.
May 11, 2012   The Record
"...and maybe America," added Gov. Christie. The building in question is Xanadu, a brightly-colord mall that was scheduled to open in 2007 and with almost $2 billion spent ran into financing problems. New investment may turn the project around.
May 6, 2011   The Record
The Record talks with June Williamson, co-author of the popular book "Retrofitting Suburbia", about the importance of preparing suburbs for a new and different future.
Jan 12, 2011   The Record
Do they work? That's the question as state officials investigate New Jersey's Urban Enterprise Zone (UEZ) program.
Nov 29, 2010   The Record
<p>Citing a need for downtown parking, a public official in Stockton, California, has proposed demolishing eight historic hotel buildings to build parking lots.</p>
Sep 23, 2007   The Record
California is considering dramatic new rules that would require developers to address air pollution impacts.
Jan 31, 2003   The Record
Planners in Canada's Waterloo Region consider important lessons while debating LRT and the shape of future development.
Oct 21, 2002   The Record