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Average Roseland Resident to Pay Less in Property Taxes; Council Declines to Include Residential Sewer Payments in Tax Bill

July 19, 2016

ROSELAND, NJ—Property taxes on the average Roseland home, assessed at $464,000, will be $23 less for 2016, according to the annual tax bill report presented to the borough council on Tuesday by council administration and finance chairman Mark Vidovich.

Vidovich added that the 2016 municipal budget came in under the state 2-percent “cap” limit, without the use by the governing ...

Five More Streets are Milled and Paved in West Caldwell

WEST CALDWELL, NJ — As part of an ongoing milling and paving project in West Caldwell, five more roads, including Washington Ave., Orton Rd., Cascade Pl., Klimback Ct. and Bond Pl., were completed last week.

According to West Caldwell Township Councilman Michael Docteroff, the township held off on Washington Ave. and Orton Rd., two of the township’s main roads, until schools ...

Governor Christie's Roadwork Shutdown to Affect Multiple Essex County Municipalities

WEST ESSEX REGION, NJ — Beginning Friday, July 15, Governor Chris Christie will shut down any road and train projects in the state that are funded by the Transportation Trust Fund (TTF). The shutdown will affect several Essex County municipalities, including the Caldwells, Roseland and Fairfield among others, and it is unclear exactly how long the shutdown will last.

Christie ...

Results of Online Survey Determine North Caldwell Residents' Priorities for Field Improvements

NORTH CALDWELL, NJ — The results of a 24-question survey distributed by a group of local parents with the intention of determining North Caldwell residents’ priorities for improving the borough’s recreational fields were revealed at the North Caldwell Borough Council meeting on Tuesday.

Led by John Rapkin and Josh Leitner, a group of local residents attended the meeting for a ...

Average Roseland Resident to Pay Less in Property Taxes; Council Declines to Include Residential Sewer Payments in Tax Bill

July 19, 2016

ROSELAND, NJ—Property taxes on the average Roseland home, assessed at $464,000, will be $23 less for 2016, according to the annual tax bill report presented to the borough council on Tuesday by council administration and finance chairman Mark Vidovich.

Vidovich added that the 2016 municipal budget came in under the state 2-percent “cap” limit, without the use by the governing ...

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Average Roseland Resident to Pay Less in Property Taxes; Council Declines to Include Residential Sewer Payments in Tax Bill

July 19, 2016

ROSELAND, NJ—Property taxes on the average Roseland home, assessed at $464,000, will be $23 less for 2016, according to the annual tax bill report presented to the borough council on Tuesday by council administration and finance chairman Mark Vidovich.

Vidovich added that the 2016 municipal budget came in under the state 2-percent “cap” limit, without the use by the governing ...