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February 22, 2018

Re: Your social media help with renewing arbitration cap

Dear Mayor:

We ask your help with spreading the message about the need to renew the 2% Interest Arbitration Cap as a sensible proven means of controlling property tax increases.  To that end, we understand the legislators and Governor now need to hear from the broader public and we are attaching below social media tools you can quickly use to help.

Sharing these messages on your social media will demonstrate your concern for property taxes and will in turn give people the tools they need to learn and communicate with their State representatives.

Please choose a message below that you think will resonate with your social media circles, residents and others and repost it to your Twitter, Facebook, or other social media platform. 

Thank you for your ongoing concern, support and work to #renewthecap


Michael J. Darcy, CAE
Executive Director

Concerned about property taxes? 
Take action by contacting your legislator! Find out how: #renewthecap

Politicians in Trenton are debating a bill that affects YOUR bottom line. Read how #renewthecap affects your property taxes.

Mayor [Name] is working hard to prevent higher taxes for [municipality name]’s residents. Use your voice to help! Don’t delay, contact your legislator now. Find out how at #renewthecap

Trenton is forcing property taxpayers to pay more than they should for public safety. Read how and take action now.  #renewthecap

Every major newspaper is calling for the renewal of the arbitration cap as a means of controlling property taxes – click to read their editorials and act #renewthecap

Learn more about the property tax impact of the expired interest arbitration cap here. #renewthecap



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