Trenton Proposed Tax Rate Hike Contends For Highest In The State

 


The Times of Trenton – NJ.com

From Trenton Times:

If approved, Trenton property tax hike would make the city's tax rate the
The Times of Trenton – NJ.com
“I used to think I paid the right amount of property tax,” he said while sitting on the porch of his home in the city's Island neighborhood. “It was reasonable and I got good services. I was not one of those people who complained about New Jersey
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