Toms River Mayor Hill speaks to seniors about controversial reassessment

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TOMS RIVER, NJ – Many seniors in Toms River this week found out their taxes are going up after Toms River Mayor Mo Hill and the township council ordered a township wide property value reassessment. Hill visited those seniors this week to talk to them about why their property tax bills went up…or down for some.

Mayor Mo Hill, Council President Kevin Geoghegan, and Joann Benson, Director of the Toms River Senior Center, visited the Senior Citizens Club at St. Justin Roman Catholic Church Toms River NJ. on Tuesday.

“Mayor Hill spoke about the many accomplishments completed in the Township during 2021 and answered residents questions about the recent property tax revaluation letters they received,” said Mo Hill’s secretary Art Gallagher in a statement.

Director Benson spoke about the many activities and services available at the Senior Center, 652 Garfield Ave, including social activities, free income tax preparation and assistance applying for Senior Freeze property tax relief.

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