Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Christie In South Jersey Today

Today (Wednesday) New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will travel to Greenwich (Gloucester County) to talk directly to New Jersey residents about Cap 2.5.
The proposed constitutional amendment would cap increases in the property tax levy and State spending.
This is the seventh stop on Governor Christie’s tour to deliver real property tax relief for the people of New Jersey. Governor Christie will be joined by Greenwich Mayor George Shivery. After brief remarks the Governor will take questions from the audience.
The Town Hall meeting will begin at 11:30 a.m. at the Greenwich Township Elementary School, Broad St. Auditorium at 551 Route 1 South in Gibbstown.

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