Tax Appeals Impact South Brunswick Budget

 

 

South Brunswick Tax Appeals Continue to Rise
Patch.com
Nearly 400 tax appeals filed as township looks for ways to mitigate impact on the budget. By Davy James As property values continue to decline, tax appeals in South Brunswick have increased exponentially this year. In 2012, 391 tax appeals were filed

 

 

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