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Ok, So the Red Bulls paid some back due taxes, Good news., Or is it? Will this affect the next tax bill that the property owners in Harrison get? I know there are intellegent people read this forum. and any info you provide will be a big help, So are there any real truthfull answers worth sharing on here?

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Ok, So the Red Bulls paid some back due taxes, Good news., Or is it? Will this affect the next tax bill that the property owners in Harrison get? I know there are intellegent people read this forum. and any info you provide will be a big help, So are there any real truthfull answers worth sharing on here?

it isnt going to affect Squat. You guys allowed your mayor to sell you a Pig in a Poke...actions have consequences.

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What I can't understand is, If taxes were collected, that were owed to Harrison, Then didn't the property owners pay what the Red Bulls didn't at the time when the money was owed. Did the town raise the property tax because of the Red Bulls not paying? And ''Banking it'' is just not that good of an explanation Mayor. The whole situation with property taxes should be explained in full in a full page ad in the local newspaper. Not just in a two sentance statement The article also mentioned more projects being started , but not one word of' ''Yeah there's a new multi million dollar hotel going up and they will pay X amount of dollars in taxes per year.. This is what the property tax payers want to hear Mayor. Stop the damn smoke and mirrors routine. The Tax payers don't want to hear about any new projects unless you start attaching a tax dollar amount to your development announcements.. What would be helpful to all involved would be an clear cut, laymans terms explanation of the current New Jersey Taxing system for small towns. Not another development announcement placed in the local newspaper specifically for said development contracting companies to see you plug their ideas, Damn your good!!

But a real explaination of where small town tax dollars are spent, What factors are used to determine how the money is spent. What industries and businesses in the town should pay, and maybe even a balance of the account the 5 million was deposited into.. Lives were drasticly changed because of this, Lay offs and demotions happened.

Gee I can distinctly recall that the Independents For Change proposed an auditor just for this purpose, Transparency in this matter would be a great accomplishment.

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