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Is NJ’s 2% Property Tax Cap Working? [POLL/AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie insists New Jersey 2% cap on property tax increases is working. Critics say Christie is misleading the public. One lawmaker is pushing legislation that would establish a task force to study the issue.

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Governor Chris Christie
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Is Jersey’s 2 Percent Property Tax Cap For Real? [VIDEO/POLL]

New Jersey's 2 percent property tax cap took effect at the start of last year, but is it really working?

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Flickr User Cdsessums
Flickr User Cdsessums
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Stafford Township Among Towns Facing Utility Rate Hikes [AUDIO]

It seems like every time you turn around, utility rates are going up. With the economy slowly recovering, several municipalities around the state are still dealing with a two percent property tax cap.

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Trenton State House
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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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School Teacher
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Teacher Contract Talks Expected To Yield Concessions [AUDIO]

With the local 2 percent property tax cap and the slow economy, some tough bargaining is taking place for teachers in many local school districts.

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John Moore, Getty Images
John Moore, Getty Images
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Many NJ Towns Ask For Donations To Pay For Fourth Of July Fireworks [AUDIO]

Is the town where you live holding a big fireworks display on the 4th of July this year?

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NJSendems.com
NJSendems.com
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User Fee Update From Senate President Sweeney [AUDIO]

26 states currently allow "user fees" for public safety and New Jersey is one of them.

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Holmdel Fire Rescue
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Alarming Trends In Some New Jersey Towns [POLL]

New Jersey has and will continue to be the butt of property tax jokes for the foreseeable future. And while a bi-partisan effort to cap property taxes has had some success, some New Jersey towns have flipped the script.

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Governor Christie
David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ
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Governor Christie Tells Local Officials – Stop Complaining And Moaning!

Governor Chris Christie is once again calling on the people of Lawrence and Medford to vote no today, on the proposal to raise property taxes above the state’s 2 percent cap.

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Senate President Steve Sweeney
Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media
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Steve Sweeney Wants to Close Property Tax Loophole

New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney wants to close a loophole that allows local officials to bypass a 2 percent annual cap on property tax increases.

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