Galloway Township residents worry about loss of tax revenue if nonprofit Stockton buys $16.2 million Seaview - Press of Atlantic City: Communities

Galloway Township residents worry about loss of tax revenue if nonprofit Stockton buys $16.2 million Seaview

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Posted: Sunday, July 4, 2010 12:01 am

GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — People living nearby Seaview - A Dolce Resort reacted Saturday with surprise and worry at the news that Richard Stockton College might buy the historic hotel that employs hundreds of workers and pays more taxes than any other property in Galloway Township.

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