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South Jersey property-tax bills rose 25 percent in 2010, largely because of delays and decreases in state aid

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Posted: Saturday, March 26, 2011 5:38 pm

The average property-tax bill in southeastern New Jersey increased 24 percent in 2010, following reductions and delays in the state tax-relief program, data released earlier this month show.

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