Local tax revolt
From the latest Princeton Taxpayers’ Association ad in the Town Topics
Princeton Township spends about the same amount of money as its two larger neighbors for a significantly smaller number of residents. The outstanding debt is already 35% to 80% higher than our neighbors and they are planning to borrow another $38 Million over the next 6 years. If their spending and borrowing were proportional, Princeton Township budget would be $6.7 Million lower and debt would be reduced by about $20Million.
And we wouldn’t have the Taj-Mahal of municipal buildings, and curbs lined with Belgian block, which costs $1.50 for each block on the curb, too.