If They Had Only Checked Their Record Card…

From Star-Ledger:

Jerry and Annette Auriemma stand outside their Maplewood home. The couple overpaid three years of property taxes after an appraiser hired by the town wrongly added 600 square feet and a fancy bathroom to a reassessment report. (William Perlman/The Star-Ledger)

More at how the township “bamboozled” one maplewood family on property

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