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I gotta be insane to live here.
Once again, New Jersey had the highest property taxes in the nation last year.
Of the nine counties in the country where the average bill exceeded $10,000, four are in New Jersey: Essex, Union, Morris and Bergen.
Essex County property owners were saddled with the highest taxes, at an average of $11,550.
Man, I remember the days when my property taxes were only eleven grand a year.
Seven years ago a fellow named Chris Christie came along and said if I voted for him he'd tame the property tax monster. I wonder what ever happened to that guy? I heard he tried to run for president, and then something about him feeling sorry for drug addicts.
Maybe the tax relief thing slipped his mind.
All I know is this kind of "winning" isn't what I signed up for.
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