Popular Category:Township form of New Jersey government

This category includes New Jersey municipalities governed under the Township form of government. Municipalities using the "Township" type of government may use the township form, or the other modern forms available under the 1923 Municipal Manager Law, Walsh Act, the variations of the Faulkner Act or operate under a Special Charter granted by the New Jersey Legislature.

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