NJ Property Taxes’ Vicious Cycle

From Tax Foundation:

States with high population density, like New Jersey or Connecticut, often face a dilemma concerning how to reconcile the tradeoff between necessary urban density and the green spaces that may improve the quality of life….More at The Vicious Cycle of New Jersey Property Taxes | Tax Foundation

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