Friday, August 9, 2019
NJ Gov Murphy Pulls $1M From Mahwah College's Budget - Daniel Hubbard, Patch
Ramapo College could permanently lose $1 million as part of Gov. Phil Murphy freezing $235 million in spending this week. The $1 million was part of Murphy freezing $235 million in spending this week, a plan he put in place since he failed to get a millionaire's tax inserted into New Jersey's 2020 budget. Cathy Davey, Ramapo's vice president of institutional advancement, could not be reached for comment. The College of New Jersey would also lose $1 million under Murphy's plan. Another $1 million in aid to independent colleges and universities was frozen and could be permanently cut under Murphy's plan.