Christie plan to demolish Trenton state buildings advances despite residents' objections

Outspoken Trenton residents are no match for Gov. Chris Christie’s vision for their city’s future.

An obscure, yet powerful commission voted Thursday to press forward with plans to relocate two state office buildings despite fierce objections from Trenton residents who argued the development is a squandered opportunity that was forced through the approval process.

The swirling controversy is around a project opponents peg at $250 million for two new offices to house the state’s Health, Agriculture and Taxation departments and raze the current structures.

Opponents say the location and building plans are bad for two reasons. …read more

Source: Mercer

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