October 8th, 2020
This year you may have noticed your property taxes changed. This is because all of the properties in Harding were revalued last year for tax purposes and the change is reflected in your latest tax bill. Revaluations are typically done once every ten years.
As we speak to residents, we have come to realize that a lack of communication from the Township Committee about this revaluation has led to confusion about the process and result. We wanted to share with you what we know, and what we talked about at the Meet the Candidates night last Monday night.
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HARDING TWP. – GOP Mayor Chris Yates and Republican Rita Chipperson will be running for the two three-year seats at stake on the Township Committee in the Tuesday, Nov. 3 general election against Democrats Amanda Richardson and Kate Barry.
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Like Democrats across the nation, Harding Township Democrats have been re-energized at the grass roots level by the election of Donald Trump. Harding Democrats took part in the Women’s March on Washington in January 2017 and have been active in organizing and supporting democratic candidates in Harding and Morris County. Amanda Richardson serves as Harding Township Democratic Chair, and Mark Magyar as Vice-Chair. You can reach us by email at email@example.com or by posting to our Harding Township Democrats Facebook page. Please email or sign up to join us if you’d like to join our mailing list.