New Jersey’s Local Finance Board agreed Friday to lift the cap on Camden’s property-tax increases. That means the hike, which could raise $4.2 million, would take effect once the City Council approves the municipal budget.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie signed a bill on Tuesday that aims to help New Jersey towns control costs and ease property tax increases.
When Gov. Chris Christie speaks at town hall meetings, he lampoons lawmakers for not quickly passing a series of bills designed to make it easier for local governments and school boards to comply with a coming 2 percent cap on property tax increases.
Several key measures will be up for discussion Monday when committees in both houses of the New Jersey legislature convene at the Statehouse.
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — About 30 New Jersey mayors have appealed to Gov. Chris Christie for help complying with a new limit on cost increases that takes effect Jan. 1. The mayors on Thursday met […]
Paterson proposed to cap the annual growth of local school and government taxes, which were among the highest in the nation.
Paterson supported a bill to cap yearly hikes at 4-percent or 120-percent of inflation, whichever is lower.
A day after the Legislature passed one of the latest state budgets in New York history, Gov. David Paterson says he’ll still push lawmakers for his property tax cap.