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Interstate Gas Pipelines in NJ – Public Use or Private Benefit?

by: Joseph Grather
12 Jan 2017
Photo credit. http://www.spectraenergy.com/Natural-Gas-Oil-101/ New Jersey is the most densely populated State in the Union.  It may soon have the most underground gas transmission lines.  The latest in a series of new pipelines is being proposed in New Jersey is by PennEast, a subsidiary of Spectra Energy.  An interactive map of the proposed route can be found... Read More

Veterans Fight City Hall…And Win!

by: Anthony F. Della Pelle
27 Jul 2016
Congratulations to the Veterans who are members of the Cedar Grove VFW hall on regaining the property tax exemption for their property, and to M&R’s Rich DeAngelis for taking on this case and his important win!  Read the article here.... Read More

Atlantic City’s Woes Deepen as Borgata Wins in Property Tax Battle

by: Daniel Kim
11 Apr 2016
Borgata filed tax appeals challenging the property assessment for tax years 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015.  On June 30, 2014, Atlantic City and Borgata entered into a settlement agreement wherein the original assessments for tax years 2011, 2012, and 2013 were reduced and, as a result, Borgata was entitled to refund of approximately $88... Read More