Interactive Map: On the Trail of New Jersey's Tax-Exempt Properties

December 11, 2015

“One problem is not so much the amount of property exempt from taxation but the distribution of these exemptions,” wrote Donald A. Krueckeberg, then a professor of urban planning and associate dean of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University, in a 2004 paper titled, “Free New Jersey: The Burden of Property Tax Exemptions.”

“Exempt property is concentrated in relatively few municipalities,” he said.

NJSpotlight.com, December 11

 

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