It's becoming a serious problem in several New Jersey towns hard-hit by Superstorm Sandy, as local leaders have not formally adopted a budget yet, which is delaying property tax bills from being sent out.
Garden State Democrats claim Governor Chris Christie did not present a plan to bring down New Jersey's highest in the nation property taxes during his budget address a few days ago, but Christie insists that's "nonsense."
Hurricane Sandy is estimated to have wiped out around two percent of Ocean County's tax base - as much as two billion dollars worth of damage. However, officials believe it's still too early to predict the impact it will have on property taxes.
Monmouth County is likely to be one of four taking part in a pilot program aimed at increasing the efficiency of tax assessment procedures, which proponents say would reduce the number of costly homeowner appeals.
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