Christie Congratulated For State’s Property Tax Restraint

 

  From NJ.Com:

Christie Administration announces property tax growth in Morris County
NJ.com
“By any measure, Governor Christie's property tax reforms have been a resounding success across New Jersey and in Morris County in particular as demonstrated by the third straight year of statewide property tax restraint,” said DCA Commissioner Richard 

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