South Brunswick Considers Reval

 

  From Star-Ledger:

Report: South Brunswick considers revaluation after flood of tax appeals
The Star-Ledger – NJ.com
SOUTH BRUNSWICK – Tax appeals from property and business owners may force the township to undergo revaluation – a program to appraise all real property to its full and fair value.
South Brunswick Tax Appeals May Force Property Revaluation
Patch.com

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