State Attorney General JeffreyChiesa and the State Division of Consumer Affairs have filed suit against five more hotel operators and one more gas station, alleging that each excessively raised prices during the declared state of emergency for Hurricane Sandy and illegally gouged consumers.
A Bipartisan bill designed to save taxpayer money by pooling resources county-wide to conduct property assessments has been approved by an Assembly panel. The sponsors feel that the legislation is particularly timely in the wake of super-storm Sandy as hard-hit towns struggle with the burden of conducting massive numbers of reassessments on properties that were destroyed or severely damaged.
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