Paramus Homeowners To See Tax Increase Due To Appeals

From Paramus Patch:

Borough officials approve the 2013 budget which has zero increase in spending but will mean a $30 tax increase for the average homeowner…More at Paramus Taxpayers See Small Increase Due to Tax Appeals – Patch.com

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