Lakewood Tax Appeals Could Promote Tax Hike

 

 

Lakewood budget projects tax hike
Asbury Park Press
Township Manager Michael Muscillo said the increases are largely caused by $1.7 million set aside for property tax appeals, a $40 million decrease in the overall tax base, costing $1.7 million in taxes, and a $1 million increase each for contracted

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