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Re: Paying Property Taxes Directly to the City
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Isn't United water owned by Suez right now? How long usually before thy put a lien on a property? People miss bills sometimes, especially if they are not issued monthly. This applies especially to the elderly.

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The Jersey Journal published the names and addresses of people who are delinquent paying water and property taxes today (12/11/14). It is the reason Fulop should not keep excess water payments, it belongs to the people, some who are lien.


Why is this only published one day in the JJ and not posted online?


There is a statue that requires the publishing of water and tax liens in the paper. Usually, there is a second publishing, some people will pay before they city sells the liens. I am not aware of any laws that requires the publishing of liens online.

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The Jersey Journal published the names and addresses of people who are delinquent paying water and property taxes today (12/11/14). It is the reason Fulop should not keep excess water payments, it belongs to the people, some who are lien.


Why is this only published one day in the JJ and not posted online?

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The Jersey Journal published the names and addresses of people who are delinquent paying water and property taxes today (12/11/14). It is the reason Fulop should not keep excess water payments, it belongs to the people, some who are lien.


Yes, Fulop is keeping the money for his budget to pretend taxes went down. We will hear over and over how he cut spending, in reality, he protects wealthy investors with abatements while gouging the small homeowner with taxes in the form of water increases.

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The Jersey Journal published the names and addresses of people who are delinquent paying water and property taxes today (12/11/14). It is the reason Fulop should not keep excess water payments, it belongs to the people, some who are lien.


Wait, Mayor Fulop is personally keeping the money? That'll land him in prison, you should call the authorities!

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I saw this message on the city website - "NOTE: From November 17th, 2014 through December 19th, 2014, ONLY certified checks, money orders or cash will be accepted for property tax payments."

Why?


Hey Daniel,

Maybe I'm missing something, but shouldn't you pose this question to the City?

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The Jersey Journal published the names and addresses of people who are delinquent paying water and property taxes today (12/11/14). It is the reason Fulop should not keep excess water payments, it belongs to the people, some who are lien.

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This is related to tax and water liens. The city will be advertising properties that are behind in water and tax liens. Developers basically buy liens. Then down the road they ask and receive tax abatements, heaven forbid they pay the same tax rate as the people who went into default.

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I saw this message on the city website - "NOTE: From November 17th, 2014 through December 19th, 2014, ONLY certified checks, money orders or cash will be accepted for property tax payments."

Why?

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