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.
Governor Christie hasn't officially announced yet that he'll seek a second term next year, but during his most recent town hall meeting in Elmwood Park, he sure sounded like a candidate running for re-election.
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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