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Re: HC’s 2019 budget means taxes are going up in most of the 12 towns
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The county tax bill is a function of what they have budgeted to spend. The valuation is used to determine how to divide up that overall amount to tax.

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The year after Hoboken had its revaluation, many of the local citizens went to the freeholders' meeting. I happen to be there for another reason. I heard those Hoboken citizens complain that the are now paying more taxes to the county than to the City of Hoboken. After they finished talking, freeholder Bill O' Dea started to cut the budget. So now that Jersey City ratable base climbed from $6 billion to $34 billion, I am guessing a higher county tax bill.

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Hudson County’s 2019 budget means taxes are going up in most of the 12 towns

Posted Jun 13, 6:21 PM
By Michaelangelo Conte | The Jersey Journal

Hudson County taxpayers will be opening their pocket books a little wider this year.

The Hudson County Freeholders on Tuesday approved a $374 million budget, meaning county taxes are going up in nine of Hudson’s 12 municipalities.

Tiny East Newark and its population of 2,700 was dealt the largest average dollar increase. The owner of a home with an average assessed value of $264,100 will see their county tax bill jump $206 this year.


https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/06/huds ... most-of-the-12-towns.html

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