In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, no one knows how much property taxes will go up, and where they'll rise, but state officials are not denying many residents in hard-hit areas will wind up footing at least part of the bill for the destruction caused by the hurricane.
Board of Public Utilities, president Robert Hanna, an Independent and Superior Court judge David Bauman, an Asian-American Republican have been nominated by Governor Chris Christie to fill two vacancies on the New Jersey Supreme Court.
The National Transportation Safety Board continues to investigate the collapse of a rail bridge in Paulsboro at the end of last week that led to a 7 car train derailment and the release of a hazardous chemical vapor.
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 Chris Christie's latest assessment of the damage done by super-storm Sandy puts the recovery price tag at almost $37 billion. Still, the Governor thinks New Jersey can afford a tax cut for the middle class.
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