- City Volunteer Honor Debuts as Newly-Seated Summit Council Gets Down to Business
- Double Dose of Drama: Summit H.S. Boys Basketball Defeats Oratory in OT, 56-50; Yorio's Late Deuce Carries Hilltopper Girls Past New Providence
- Pedestrian Struck by Van While in Broad Street Crosswalk; Victim Resides in Summit's Gallo Senior Housing Building
- Summit Celebrates Mission, Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with Day of 'Justice, Equality and Service to Others'
- Naidu Elected Council President, Fox, Gould and Little Sworn In as Summit Municipal Governing Body Reorganizes
- Solid Effort Not Enough as Summit H.S. Boys Ice Hockey Defeated by Randolph, 2-1
The recently enacted Tax Reform, the biggest since 1986, will have a positive effect on Summit’s economy. Tax cuts stimulate economic activity as taxpayers have more to spend, and at this point there is no corresponding cut in government expenditures.
The biggest winners are our corporations, whose tax rates have declined about 40%, from a marginal rate of 35% to ...