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Published: Dec 20, 2008
Gov. Corzine, AARP Discuss And Sign New Legislation On New Jersey Property Taxes
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Governor Corzine will join AARP New Jersey for a Tele-town hall forum, then sign bill that will raise the eligibility limits for the Senior Property Tax Freeze.

CLIFFSIDE PARK, N.J.- New Jersey Governor Jon S. Corzine will sign Assembly Bill 3376/Senate Bill 2 that raises the eligibility limits for the Senior Property Tax Freeze from $45,135, if single, and $55,344 (combined income) for married couples to $60,000 in tax year 2007; to $70,000 in tax year 2008; and to $80,000 in tax year 2009, regardless of marital status.

AARP New Jersey believes the law will help more older New Jersey residents afford their property taxes and ease some of their financial stress in these tough economic times. 

Prior to the bill signing, Governor Corzine will participate in a Tele-town hall sponsored by AARP New Jersey to discuss this legislation and some of the other components of his economic stimulus plan such as the recent allocation of $10 million to the non-profit home energy assistance program NJSHARES.

AARP New Jersey expects to reach over 12,000 AARP members during Thursday's Tele-town hall. Members of the media are invited to participate in the Thursdays's Tele-town hall either in person at the Cliffside Park Senior Activities Center in Cliffside Park, N.J. or by phone by calling the Governor's Office at  609-777-2600  to receive the AARP passcode.

WHO: New Jersey Gov. Jon S. Corzine

Key Sponsors of Assembly Bill 3376/Senate Bill 2

AARP New Jersey

WHAT: Bill signing and Tele-town hall forum for Assembly Bill 3376/Senate Bill 2, a bill that will raise the eligibility limits for the Senior Property Tax Freeze.

WHEN: Thursday, December 18, 2:00-3:00 p.m. The bill signing will follow.

WHERE: Cliffside Park Senior Activities Center

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