This morning (9/19) Governor Chris Christie called into Jim Gearhart's show to provide an update to a complaint brought up on the "Ask the Governor" program from a host of complaints over higher tax bills in Monroe Township even though there is a 2 percent property tax cap in place.
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.
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