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Re: How the Mayor Stuck Wards A, B, C and D With $143 Million In Taxes
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How the Mayor Stuck Wards A, B, C and D With $143 Million In Taxes

Yet another Fulop hit piece from The Jersey City Times who’s creator is the biggest anti_Fulop guy in Jersey City. Wow the reval “scandal” from 5 years ago lol same tactic used in 2017 when he tried to get Matsikoudis elected. We all know how that turned out.

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Personally.. I paid about $10k less per year. People downtown should be happy that they had everyone in the Heights, Greenville, Bergen-Lafayette subsidizing them for a decade or more that the re-evaluation got stalled.


It is a lie that downtown was subsidized by everyone else. I went to the Hudson County Board of Taxation and looked up the taxes on downtown houses. The group made that claimed avoided the homes around Van Vorst Park and Paulus Hook that paid heavy taxes before reval. Such as the late home of Joe Duffy, his former home was on Grand St. in Paulus Hook, it was converted into a condo and paid $48 a year in taxes. There was many homes before reval and were paying over $20,000 a year in taxes to $40,000 a year in Van Vorst Park. When you cherry pick and show one one on 6th street as the example for all of downtown homes, then you lie. For the record, public housing in Bayonne and other towns do make an abatement payment to their city hall, but in Jersey City they have not made a payment since the 1960s since they have a stipulation that they can deduct water and utilities. As those cost go up, they stopped paying the city money yet they receive the same services as everyone else. But no one talks about that.

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Personally.. I paid about $10k less per year. People downtown should be happy that they had everyone in the Heights, Greenville, Bergen-Lafayette subsidizing them for a decade or more that the re-evaluation got stalled.

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According to a new analysis, from 2014 to 2017, homeowners in Jersey City’s Wards A, B, C, and D paid $143 million more in property taxes than they would have had Mayor Fulop allowed the 2014 revaluation to go forward.

https://jcitytimes.com/how-the-mayor-s ... ith-143-million-in-taxes/

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