Bergen County Town Asks Voters to Raise Tax Cap

By Desiree Taylor

Northvale’s budget woes are similar to other towns that have higher pension and benefits costs coupled with shrinking revenue.  They are having a difficult time staying within the state’s mandated two percent tax cap.  That’s why town officials are asking voters to approve a referendum to exceed the cap by half a million dollars.  If the referendum isn’t passed the town library may be closed.

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One Response to Bergen County Town Asks Voters to Raise Tax Cap

  1. charlie digirolamo says:

    Please keep the northvale library open. There must be other things that are less important to cut the buget with. The library is very needed for our community and our children

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