Liberty Village Tax Appeal Proposed

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Liberty Village tax appeal settlement would cut Flemington revenue $159K in 2013
Hunterdon County Democrat – NJ.com
FLEMINGTON — A taxappeal settlement with Liberty Village Premium Outlets, which would eliminate about 1.3% of the borough’s tax base has been proposed. The deal would mean $159,275 less revenue for the borough in 2013. So council wanted more

 

 

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