Government

Tax Relief Instead of Bridge Gate Probe

February 24, 2014 at 5:34 PM

Dear Senator Scutari, Assemblywoman Stender and Assemblyman Green:

I was wondering how much taxpayers money have been budgeted for Bridge gate and its related investigations.

Can you please let me know how much is budgeted and what is the total cost that is anticipated?

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I do hope that we tax payers see a Return on Our Investment on this taxpayer money that you are spending.  I know that I would rather have my property taxes reduced than pay for a "witch hunt".

I ask this totally aware that none of the three of you care for a single moment, how much our taxes are and how much of it you take for things that do not do any us any good. 

This appears to be another example of your tax payer consideration, such as the failure of supporting the Fair School Funding Bill which would have cut our School Property Tax Levy in half.

I will forward this letter to the media; feel free to send them your response as well as myself.

Albert Muller

Scotch Plains, NJ

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