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Storm damage at the Jersey Shore (John Moore, Getty Images)
Storm damage at the Jersey Shore (John Moore, Getty Images)
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Towns Still Struggling With Sandy Costs

By now, you've probably heard that tax assessments on more than 40,000 Garden State properties have been reduced by $4.3 billion due to damage caused by Superstorm Sandy.

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NJ Senate Passes Shared Services Bill [POLL/AUDIO]

Your property taxes are probably going to go up. That's the warning we're hearing from Governor Chris Christie and a slew of mayors who blame the cost of rebuilding and recovery in the aftermath of super-storm Sandy.

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Jersey Shore Communities Continue Recovery Efforts From Superstorm Sandy
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Will Sandy Recovery Efforts Lead To Higher Taxes? [AUDIO]

Are your taxes going to go up to help pay for Superstorm Sandy recovery efforts?

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Mario Tama, Getty Images
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Towns Across New Jersey Add Up Sandy’s Costs [AUDIO]

Towns all across the Garden State affected by Hurricane Sandy continue to calculate the costs for their cleanup and recovery operation.

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Shore Towns Struggle With Lost Tourism Dollars [AUDIO]

In addition to towns struggling to clean up after Superstorm Sandy, shore communities must deal with lost revenue as they work to rebuild before next summer.

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Who Will Pay For The Sandy Clean-Up? [AUDIO]

Hurricane Sandy has caused billions of dollars in damage all over New Jersey, so what does this mean for your property taxes in the future?

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NJ League of Municipalities Cancels Atlantic City Convention

The New Jersey League of Municipalities has canceled its convention in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.

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NJ Towns Look To The Private Sector To Save Money [AUDIO]

It's happening all over the Garden State, local officials are increasingly looking at public-private partnerships as a way to save money while providing necessary services.

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Some NJ Towns Asking Workers To Take Voluntary Layoffs [AUDIO]

In Galloway Township, some municipal employees are being asked to take voluntary layoffs to avoid other town employees losing their jobs.

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NJ Red Light Camera Program Waits On Re-Certification [AUDIO]

Motorists in 19 Jersey towns where red light cameras have been operational are waiting to see if the municipalities will re-certify the timing of yellow lights by the end of the month.

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