Commentary: Finding common ground for tax-exempt charities and municipal services

April 16, 2015

By Linda Stamato and Sandy Jaffe

Morristown denied the non-profit property tax exemption claimed by its largest employer, Morristown Medical Center, and set off a firestorm. The hospital’s parent, Atlantic Health Systems, challenged the denial of its claimed exemption. Across the state, non-profit organizations–and municipalities–are watching anxiously as a court decision could have far-reaching consequences.

The Bernardsville News, April 16

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