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SUBURBS TO FAMILIES ENOUGH KIDS, ALREADY

Suburban towns have long sought young families who were willing to pay higher taxes for schools. But many municipalities are beginning to realize that a family isn't such a bargain if it pays $7,000 in property taxes and sends its kids to school at a cost of $8,000 each. Some communities in New Jersey, New York and other states are considering new property-tax breaks to discourage seniors from moving out--lest they be replaced by families with school-age kids.

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Operators of profit-making colleges, which primarily serve working adults, like...

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