Morris County Sees Smaller Rise in Property Tax

Residential property taxes in Morris County increased at a lower rate than the state average from 2013 to 2014, according to state tax reports and a Daily Record analysis….via Morris taxes rise, but less than most of NJ – Daily Record

 

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