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New Jersey may tighten property tax cap

Full story: Asbury Park Press Online

Just two towns have ballot questions before voters today looking to exceed the 2 percent cap on increases in property tax levies, but two state lawmakers are nevertheless prepping bills that would tighten their financial leash a little further….More at New Jersey may tighten property tax cap

 

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