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Re: Jersey City Councilmen Solomon, Lavarro call for refund and repeal of MUA’s waste disposal fees
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Solomon should repeal of the 2 to 4 family buildings under rent control not owner occupied, something he advocated and pushed as councilman. So if you live in an one to 4 family building owner occupied, you can get a tax increase but the increase is not given to tenants living in non-owner occupied housing in 2 to 4 housing units. Since the budget had $77 million to use for rent due to covid from the feds, there was no reason for this. But condo owners, and owner occupied housing gets all of the tax increase. Rent control is governed by the Consumer Price Index similar to Social Security and has nothing to do with tax increases. Solomon pretends he cares about people but he does not.

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Jersey City Councilmen Solomon, Lavarro call for refund and repeal of MUA’s waste disposal fees

Jersey City Councilmen James Solomon and Rolando Lavarro hosted a press conference this afternoon calling for a full refund and repeal of the municipal utilities authority’ waste disposal fees.

On July 24th, Mayor Steven Fulop announced that the fee would be suspended since some residents had been overcharged and now some are asking for this the matter to be remedied a step further.

https://hudsoncountyview.com/jersey-ci ... muas-waste-disposal-fees/


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