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This week Gov. Murphy continued to ease restrictions, increasing outdoor gathering numbers, planning for more openings, and proposing changes to the State's current budget while examining the anticipated state loss of revenues in 2021. Read on...
The Assembly Budget Committee heard testimony from the OLS’ Budget and Finance Officer Haines and State Treasurer Muoio regarding Gov. Murphy’s proposed plan that will govern State spending during the extended Fiscal Year. Read on...
Governor Murphy signed A-4157, extending the property tax appeal deadline to from July 1 and provides the County Board of Taxation until September 30 to render a decision on a tax appeal. The deadline only applies to this year’s tax appeals. Read on...