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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.

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Will NJ “User Fees” Soon Be a Thing of the Past? [AUDIO]

With Jersey's 2 percent property tax cap firmly in place, Atlantic City and a handful of other towns have started implementing so-called user fees - for services like trash pick up - but Governor Christie is promising the trend won't continue for long.

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