Two Garden State towns are holding special elections today to ask voters to allow local officials to raise property taxes more than the 2 percent state cap that’s in effect, to be able to pay for essential services like trash collection.
The economy is getting better, the stock market is moving higher, and consumer confidence is growing, but the national unemployment rate is stuck above 8 percent, and the jobless rate in Jersey remains at 9 percent. So what’s going on here?
We’ve been telling you this week how law enforcement officials have been urging Jersey residents to call local police if they suspect gang activity is taking place in their communities – similar to the “if you see something, say something” campaign that’s been run by Homeland Security officials.
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