HELP return $13.8 million of Hamilton Taxpayers’ Money to Keep Property Taxes Down!

CALL our State Government Leaders, Ask them to
Restore Towns’ Energy Receipts Revenue TODAY!

DID YOU KNOW ?
  • In 2005 State Government took $72.2 million that should have been returned directly to towns all across New Jersey
  • In 2011 State Government took almost $889 million that should have been returned directly to towns all across New Jersey
Click Here to Learn More about this issue, such as why this money belongs to towns (and is not really “aid”), and how this revenue has actually grown while the State Government has simply skimmed more and more of it to fund other programs

DID YOU KNOW ?
  • In 2010, State Government took nearly $5 million from Hamilton Township’s budget in the form of Energy Receipts and CMPTRA Revenue
  • TODAY, if State Government returned Energy Receipts and CMPTRA Revenue to Hamilton Township’s budget, it would mean an extra $13.8 million to keep property taxes down
Click Here to See How You Can Help Hamilton Township and towns across the State of New Jersey see this money returned directly to towns’ budgets