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Re: The School Budget Deficit: Is Jersey City the Victim of its Own Success?
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During the 1970s, state senators visited JC and other towns to push for the income tax. They told us it would take place of property taxes. They lied. JC should sue. I voted for the income tax because I did not want it on property.

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The School Budget Deficit: Is Jersey City the Victim of its Own Success?
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In some ways the shortfall is the result of two local success stories — rising home values and the Board of Education’s decision last year to “fully fund” Jersey City schools for the first time in fourteen years

https://jcitytimes.com/the-school-budg ... ictim-of-its-own-success/

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