PCDO Special Panel Discussion to Focus On NJ Property Taxes
To the Editor:
The Princeton Community Democratic organization invites the public to attend a special panel discussion on property taxes on Sunday, June 13, at 7 p.m. on Zoom. Property taxes fund both government services and education in New Jersey, which has the highest average property taxes in the nation. A panel of experts will discuss the history of property taxes in New Jersey and whether there are better ways to fund government and education.
The panel, moderated by PCDO Program Chair Tim Quinn, will feature Marc Pfeiffer, senior policy fellow and assistant director of the Bloustein Local Government Research Center at Rutgers University; Brandon McKoy, president of New Jersey Policy Perspective; and Kamolika Das, state policy analyst for the Washington, DC-based Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy.
We are pleased and honored to be hosting such a distinguished panel of experts and this promises to be a fascinating discussion of a crucial issue. All are invited to attend. Information on how to attend will be posted on the PCDO website, princetondems.org, on the evening of the program.
President, Princeton Community