CUMBERLAND COUNTY BUDGET WOULD INCREASE TAXES 1.8 PERCENT

Taxes could be going up just shy of two percent in Cumberland County. Freeholders there introduced a budget this week with a hike of 1.8 percent. The increase would be 1.75 cents per $100 assessed valuation. The county lost money from recent revaluations that cut into the taxable base. The new money raised by taxes would be around $2 million.

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