Brigantine Paid 4% More in Taxes in 2015. Up 40% Since 2000.

The average residential property owner in Brigantine paid 3.95 percent more in property taxes for the year of 2015. That’s a year over year increase that helped pay for 2 new public safety contracts and over $4.5 million in unfunded pension liability.

Brigantine taxpayers have been clobbered over the past 15 years. They have seen a 39.57 percent tax increase from 2000 to 2015.

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4 thoughts on “Brigantine Paid 4% More in Taxes in 2015. Up 40% Since 2000.”

  1. I hope we don’t go the way of Atlantic City.According to Bank Rate.com,,A.C.is the 5th.in the nation for the worst real estate market.

  2. Time to consolidate police and fire with neighboring Atlantic City…It will take a revolution, but still possible.

    1. You want to connect yourself with anything in Atlantic city? That’s the dumbest idea I’ve read in a long time have you seen their situation. By the way brigantine has the 3rd lowest taxes in the county. Also I noticed the editor chose to leave out the rest of the information that showed how the rest of the county did and how brigantine is in the bottom 3rd of municipalities as far as increases but let’s not let facts get in the way of a good story.

  3. Here is an idea to save a few shekels. Why not have a County Dispatch System.
    There are many counties that do it and no; emergency response time is not effected. Next time the public employee salaries are posted add up the dispatcher salaries. The number is outrageous.

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