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Freeze in urban-growth program could hurt New Jersey police

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Posted: Saturday, April 3, 2010 11:45 pm

A program to promote growth in economically strapped areas has become a significant source of funding for local public-safety staff.  So when the state froze the statewide Urban Enterprise Zone program in February, it froze North Wildwood’s hopes for seven new police officers.

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