RPA Brings Land Use Into NJ Property Tax Debate

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Oct. 17, 2005 - Regional Plan Association (RPA) today released a report calling for the current property tax debate in New Jersey to acknowledge its massive impacts on land use policy, and identifying ideas for reform. The report, "Fundamental Property Tax Reform: Land Use Implications of New Jersey's Tax Debate," challenges the Gubernatorial and legislative candidates to address the implications of tax reform on land use and its related issues - congestion, open space protection, housing production and economic development.

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