New plan for NJ’s public infrastructure: let developers build it

What’s a cash-strapped government in New Jersey to do when it wants to upgrade its infrastructure? Under a law signed Tuesday, they can partner with private developers to build things from roads to libraries to schools to information technology systems. Senate President Steve Sweeney said the new law will enable state and local governments to partner with private developers to build needed projects, as public colleges used to be able to do under a 2009 law that hasn’t accepted applications in five years.


Source: New Jersey 101.5

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