Mayor Don Guardian says that Atlantic City's budget will decrease by $61 million to help offset the losses from closing casinos.
Sen. Jim Whelan says that right now the high taxes in Atlantic City need to be stopped because they are driving out casinos and homeowners.
Group argues state consistently collects more subsidies than it can spend, which leads to money being diverted to fill budget holes.
Casino closures have led to property taxes in Atlantic City to rise by more than 50 percent in two years. Residents are expressing frustration.
Non-profits use Giving Tuesday as a way to get financial support during the holiday season after Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Members of the community say there isn't enough information available about trains carrying tar sand oil through Teaneck , which is very difficult to clean if there is a spill.
New Jersey residents support local businesses when purchasing Christmas Trees.
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