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Anyone here part of the Sandy disaster ? Your property Tax are going up.

NJ Taxpayers Get More Bad Super-Storm Sandy News

http://nj1015.com/nj-taxpayers-get-more-bad-super-storm-sandy-news-audio/

and you only have until Feb 15 2013 to apeal it. Wow more insult

 
sunshine196

Asked by sunshine196 at 4:35 PM on Feb. 11, 2013 in Politics & Current Events

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  • I bet insurance will be through the roof.
    booklover545

    Answer by booklover545 at 6:10 AM on Feb. 12, 2013

  • Don't forget our insurance rates will go up too. For every disaster, whether you were directly effected, made a claim or not, your rates go up to pay for everyone else's disaster relief. Don't get me wrong, I feel horrible for those people & then to get socked w/ a blizzard too... but when insurance companies are still raking in the profits, those of us who never make claims should not have to foot the bill, sorry.

    mrsmom110

    Answer by mrsmom110 at 7:08 PM on Feb. 11, 2013

  • How do they pay for the damage otherwise? And how much are they going up? I'm don't click links but most reports I'm seeing show a very small increase (a little over 1%)
    Mrs_Prissy

    Answer by Mrs_Prissy at 5:57 PM on Feb. 11, 2013

  • If they do get around to helping people out financially I guess that will be taken away before you even get it. So help ends up being zero.
    sunshine196

    Comment by sunshine196 (original poster) at 4:55 PM on Feb. 11, 2013

  • Homeowners in an exclusive waterfront enclave in Brooklyn thought Hurricane Sandy was as cruel a blow as they could suffer — until the taxman proved them wrong.
    The city is claiming that property values have actually shot up for many homes in Manhattan Beach and it’s going ahead with hefty tax hikes for the houses devastated by the October superstorm, shocked property owners told The Post.
    Homeowners in other neighborhoods hit by Sandy, including Coney Island, the Rockaways and parts of Staten Island, also said they’ve received increases.   “This is totally insensitive and heartless,” said Ira Zalcman, president of the Manhattan Beach Community Group, which has received more than 30 complaints from residents about the hikes.  

    sunshine196

    Comment by sunshine196 (original poster) at 8:39 PM on Feb. 11, 2013

  • sunshine196

    Comment by sunshine196 (original poster) at 8:41 PM on Feb. 11, 2013

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