The question at the core of America’s upcoming election isn’t merely whose story most voting Americans believe to be true – Mitt Romney’s claim that the economy is in a stall and Obama’s policies haven’t worked, or Barack Obama’s that it’s slowly mending and his approach is working.
In the recent unpublished opinion in Rosenberg v. City of Newark, Docket No. 018031-2009 (Tax Ct. August 16, 2012), a New Jersey Tax Court judge affirmed a property’s assessment after rejecting comparable sales evidence provided at trial by a pro seplaintiff as proof of the fair market value for his two-family rental property.
JERSEY CITY–Sophomore forward Raphael Araujo (North Plainfield) scored his third goal of the game and his seventh of the weekend in overtime yesterday to give the New Jersey City University men’s soccer their fifth Liberty Cup championship title.
No doubt many wannabe first-time homebuyers have been sitting on the sidelines of the volatile housing market, unsure when or how to enter the game. If that describes you, you’re probably fortunate to have missed out on the housing bubble and lax lending standards of a few years ago, when millions of people took out mortgages they couldn’t afford – or understand.
NEWARK – The portrayal of girls and women through the lenses of female photographers are explored in the exhibition “In Her Eyes: Women Behind and in Front of the Camera,” opening at the Newark Museum on Sept. 12.