New Jersey's property tax bills have been rising more slowly since Chris Christie became governor, but that does not mean slow growth for what many homeowners actually have to pay, according to new data released by the state.
It's becoming a serious problem in several New Jersey towns hard-hit by Superstorm Sandy, as local leaders have not formally adopted a budget yet, which is delaying property tax bills from being sent out.
Today, the general public got its first chance to tell state lawmakers what they think of Governor Chris Christie’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2014 State Budget proposal. The reviews where generally very positive, but it is clear that New Jersey mayors are still worried about keeping property …
Garden State Democrats claim Governor Chris Christie did not present a plan to bring down New Jersey's highest in the nation property taxes during his budget address a few days ago, but Christie insists that's "nonsense."