FACTS are FACTS MAYOR MAYER. They are not to be IGNORED.

Gloucester Township, Camden County May 23, 2015

الوليد In typical Gloucester Township fashion, Mayor Mayer is quoted in an NJ.com story that despite the census numbers, he "feels" that the town is "still growing".
Many residents and taxpayers may whole hardheartedly disagree.
When you look around the neighborhoods of Gloucester Township, it is easy to see that people are leaving. Businesses may be coming, but are they keeping up with the numbers of businesses leaving? When you give a lengthy tax break, or abatement,leaving stores, and local businesses have been seen the township, some heading to nearby Winslow and other surrounding towns.
It has also been noticed, that some of our more recent arrivals have been feeling pressure from the township administration, to have the township incorporated into their store front signs.صورك الشامل

Politicians have long since used "census" figures to their advantage, even in township as they have set funding and aid to Gloucester Township by the "numbers".

Taxpayers want "growth" to make a difference in offsetting their tax burden. If taxes continue to go up after four "0"s then a 9% increase in the tax levy, the "new" ZERO is now 9% higher. Taxpayers feel growth, when their taxes go down and spending goes down.

Facts are Facts Mr. Mayer. Some times they go in your favor, But don't ignore the facts when they don't.

See Mayor Mayors comments on the NJ.com story at: صور - صور بنات