October 02, 2012
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said his administration will order spending cuts in Newark as the state’s largest city starts its 10th month without a budget.
This year’s budget had a projected $75 million gap that was reduced to $25 million partly as a result of a tax-lien sale, fines related to red-light traffic cameras and sales of taxi medallions, according to the aid request.
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