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Re: Jersey City tax breaks 'crony capitalism'
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yep, they are stink, unless it the guy/gal you support, then they're great and its all justified.

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Jack Ciattarelli should know something about crony capitalism, he sits on the committee that oversees regulated professionals and practically all of his campaign's funds are contributed from PACs/Associations representing regulated professional (ex. realtors, engineers, psychologists, etc)...

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Jack Ciattarelli should know something about crony capitalism, he sits on the committee that oversees regulated professionals and practically all of his campaign's funds are contributed from PACs/Associations representing regulated professional (ex. realtors, engineers, psychologists, etc)...

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Caitlin Mota | The Jersey Journal

A recent Jersey Journal report about long-term tax breaks in Jersey City prompted a stern response from one state assemblyman.

Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli, R-Somerville, said the $80 million lost in Jersey City property taxes is unfair to the rest of the state's taxpayers, who fund a large portion of the city's school district.

"This report reveals the tip of an iceberg that is vast and mostly underwater," said Ciattarelli, who serves as the assistant Republic Whip. "Short-term property tax abatements, under very special circumstances, may have their place. What's happening in Jersey City and elsewhere is crony capitalism at its worst and an injustice to all New Jersey taxpayers.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... italism.html#incart_river

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