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DiCicco: Statement on Property Tax Reform

July 4, 2010

Assemblyman Domenick DiCicco

Assemblyman Domenick DiCicco, issued the following statement regarding Governor Christie’s announcement today that will bring historic property tax reform to the taxpayers of New Jersey:

“While Assemblyman Moriarty and the rest of the Democrat caucus were enjoying 4th of July holiday festivities with their families today, Governor Christie and Assembly Republicans were in Trenton working to bring real and permanent property tax relief and reform to our struggling families and seniors.

 “We have forced Trenton Democrats to come to a stringent agreement on a 2 percent hard cap that will finally rein in the runaway property taxes that have caused so much pain for our homeowners and businesses and one that gives taxpayers the power to control and determine their own taxes.”

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Taxpayer550 permalink
    July 4, 2010 9:47 am

    Keep a watchful eye on those Trenton democrats. They’re constantly looking for ways to spend and subsequently, destroy the hard work of Governor Christie and the republicans. Half of all liberal philosophy is social and economic sabotage.

  2. LeedsDevil permalink
    July 5, 2010 6:34 am

    Thank you Assemblyman DiCicco…and the rest of the Assembly Republicans for working with our Governor to give us real fiscal reform. For far too long the Assemby and Senate Dems have thought only of themselves and their re-election bids while robbing the NJ taxpayers to spread the “oil on the waters” for those who would benefit them and those bids… Time for this to come to a shouting halt! Time for Trenton to get itself under control!

  3. July 5, 2010 5:18 pm

    I strongly agree with Taxpayer550 & LeedsDevil!!!!

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