Rutherford Plans Revaluation

From NorthJersey.com:

Both the state and county have ordered Rutherford to carry out a borough-wide revaluation of all property values to their true market value. And it may cost the borough about $100,000 to conduct a needed tax map update….More at Tax appeals killing town coffers – NorthJersey.com

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