EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - There are a handful of factors to consider when measuring the financial vitality of a municipality. One must look at the town’s business climate, tax stability, and bond rating.
By all accounts, East Brunswick is thriving.
Middlesex County residents already know of the town’s stellar educational reputation, but some of the town’s best kept secrets are yet to be revealed.
A reinvigorated Chamber of Commerce is growing, and Mayor Cohen and the Township Council’s Shop East Brunswick tax card is a tangible asset for both local businesses and residents. Using the card allows taxpayers a bit of relief when they patronize local entrepreneurs. It’s a win-win for the taxpayer and the local small business.
The township’s AA+ bond rating is another sign of good governance. The favorable finding allows the town to borrow money at lower rates and is seen as a 700+ credit score.
What some may find unbelievable is the stable tax base. Through smart redevelopment and business efficiencies the Cohen administration has been able to practically negate any tax increase in recent years. For the average tax-paying homeowner, this year’s property tax increase is less than $1 per month, and for New Jersey residents, that amount is almost unheard of.
Taxes are under control, business is growing, and debt is secured. The future is bright for East Brunswick, and all signs point to YES for the team of Mayor Cohen, Councilman Stanley and Councilman Spadafino. Help re-elect this stellar team by voting Line A for Cohen, Stanley and Spadafino when you receive your ballot this election season.
Democrats for East Brunswick
Current Mayor Brad Cohen, Councilman Mike Spadafino, and Councilman Sterley Stanley are committed to ensuring East Brunswick has a strong community, thriving future, and is managed through fiscal responsibility and good governance. For more information, please visit https://eastbrunswick2020.com/