Christie says he’ll have a new property tax cut plan in June

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog

Governor Chris Christie is planning to drop a new property tax reform plan, Save Jerseyans.

What, exactly? Stay tuned…

“I’ll be ready to discuss it by the time we come to June’s Ask The Governor,” Christie told host Eric Scott on the May edition of NJ 101.5’s Ask the Governor program which aired on Wednesday evening.

“If they don’t care about lowering property taxes, then they’ll have to work on it and they’ll have to tell their constituents that they don’t care about lowering property taxes,” Christie said, answering Scott’s question as to what role the Democrat-controlled legislature could play in the plan’s formulation.

New Jersey’s property taxes remain the worst in the nation despite the Governor’s groundbreaking 2.0 cap from early in his first term.