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Is Your NJ Town Trying to Get Around the 2 Percent Property Tax Cap?

While Governor Christie and Senate President Steve Sweeney are trying to enforce the 2 percent property tax cap, there are many NJ towns that are trying to circumvent the cap by instituting so called ‘fees’ to the taxpayers.

Has your NJ town started charging random fees?
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The governor and the senate president alike are trying to stop any of these so-called fees but of course, before they could put anything into law NJ towns are trying to get as many of these fees as they can.

Jim is trying to compile a list of these so-called fees that NJ towns are coming up with. Has your town hit you with recent creative ‘fees?’ What are they? Have you found a way to bypass it?  Leave your story below.

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