Gov. Christie to restore property tax rebates

In a town hall meeting held in South Jersey tonight, Gov. Chris Christie announced his plans to restore property tax rebates eliminated in last year's

EDISON - In a town hall meeting held in South Jersey tonight, Gov. Chris Christie announced his plans to restore property tax rebates eliminated in last year's budget.

Christie says the rebates will go to taxpayers each quarter as a credit on their property tax bill. He says those credits will show up this spring.

Officials say that only homeowners making less than $75,000 a year, or who are over the age of 65 and making less than $150,000, will qualify for the rebates.

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