Opt-Out For Towns Using Pilot Program

 


Asbury Park Press

Monmouth Tax Board: Towns can opt out of pilot program
Asbury Park Press
For towns that stay in the pilot program, the Tax Board promises to develop a system that prevents property owners who win an appeal of their property value from being hit the next year with a drastically higher assessment, another issue that the Press …

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