Hurricane Sandy Brings A Surge in Property Taxes

 

 
Toms River-based Horn was originally scheduled to speak along with Berkeley Tax Assessor Eric L. Zanetti at the Central Regional Middle School, but Zanetti had to cancel because of bronchitis. Municipal, county and school budgets will rise, as

and more »…More at Tax Increases In Shore Towns A Certainty After Superstorm Sandy – Patch.com

 

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