Thursday, July 9, 2009

P.G Is Joined By Two More

The Ocean County Board of Taxation has gone from a one-man show to one of the biggest such panels in New Jersey in a matter of three months. "Finally today, we have a full complement of seven commissioners, something that was desperately needed in light of the 14,128 tax appeals this year (in Ocean County)," board President P.G. Waxman said Wednesday morning, following the swearing-in of two more members to the board. Democrat Glenn Harrison, 53, an attorney from Lakewood, and Republican Mark Ellsworth, 54, a Realtor from Brick, were sworn in during an 8 a.m. ceremony at the Toms River town hall by Superior Court Judge James Den Uyl and County Clerk Carl W. Block, respectively. Read full APP article here.

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