Fiscally strapped Irvington, N.J., released from supervision of state finance panel

Demenchuk, Michael
October 1997
Bond Buyer;10/09/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30248, p40
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Reports on New Jersey Local Finance Board's decision to remove Irvington City from state supervision. Provisions accompanying the township's release from state oversight; Reflection of Irvington's ability to achieve fiscal stability through the effective management of a fully funded budget.


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