Barnegat Tax Appeals Drains Fund Allowance

From Asbury Park Press:

BARNEGAT — The township has lost more than $2 million from its coffers during the last five years due to property owners filing nearly 7,000 tax appeals to better align their home values with the struggling real estate market, according to officials….

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