Galloway Township residents attended a government meeting this week highly upset over their tax bills. Council met Tuesday night and faced a few hundred residents who were upset because in some cases their tax bills were going up by as much as a third. Mayor Don Purdy told the audience that the community lost $830 million in ratables and more loss can be expected with the closing of Atlantic City casinos.
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- CONVICTION HANDED DOWN FOR 2002 SEXUAL ASSAULT AND ROBBERY
- WILDWOOD CONSIDERING ADDING ZIP LINES TO BEACH
- ATLANTIC CITY COULD SEE ANOTHER DOWNGRADE TO CREDIT RATING
- JOB TRAINING FOR UNEMPLOYED CASINO WORKERS TO BEGIN
- WINNING POWERBALL TICKET SOLD IN NEW JERSEY
- SCHOOL BUS COLLIDES WITH DUMP TRUCK IN DENNIS TWP.
- Ask The Morning After March 26 2015
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