by Tom Johnson / NJ Spotlight
Once again, lawmakers from the same party serving in different branches of the Legislature are on different pages when it comes to how the state should preserve open space, farmland, and historic structures.
With New Jersey virtually out of money tofinance open space preservation, the Assembly and Senate appear to be pursuing different solutions to the problem in the lame duck session, which ends in early January. Neither is either getting much, if any, guidance from the governor’s office.
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