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Gov. Christie to Hold Lacey Town Hall Meeting

Gov. Chris Christie will be discussing his middle-class reform agenda and taking questions from local residents at 3 p.m. Thursday

Gov. Chris Christie will be holding a Town Hall meeting at the Lacey Elks Lodge at 3 p.m. Thursday, September 27.

“He will continue to urge the legislature to move forward on his middle-class reform agenda, a set of overdue reforms to deliver relief to New Jersey families,” a news release from Christie’s office said.

Christie will be discussing his middle-class reform agenda and take questions from local residents, the release says.

“The Governor’s proposed reforms will deliver direct, middle-class tax relief, lower the cost of government and the property tax burden, and make government more accountable and transparent to the people,” the news release says. 

Doors to the Town Hall open at 2:15 p.m. The meeting is open to the public. Residents can RSVP by clicking here. Seating is on a first come, first serve basis.

The Lacey Elks Lodge is located at 900 Beach Boulevard in Forked River.

grace September 27, 2012 at 06:56 PM
whoa frank the poor people who jumped had nothing to do with bush...come on that was the most horrific event in my lifetime and to blame anyone other than the terrorists doesnt make sense......but i do agree with the tolls on the parkway etc....they are out of control and should be fixed for nj citizens somehow....
grace September 27, 2012 at 07:02 PM
hey ben you hit on one of my pet peeves...people who receive pensions thwe state of new jersey pays and off they go to florida etc....lol i want a penalty if you dont live here then you get a reduced pension....also if people like the ladies on the view, who make millions, should they receive social security ?i dont think so...bet whoopi wont be turning her monthly check down....and maybe we put a cap on the amount of years you can get your pension,,,geez idk but something has to be done...we are drowning here
Christie DaLiar September 27, 2012 at 10:15 PM
Ummm, isn't STEALING a pension that someone else EARNED having someone ELSE pay for it? Typical Fox news loving koch-sucker
Christie DaLiar September 27, 2012 at 10:16 PM
Jenny, whose pensions do you think they are?
Ben Dover September 27, 2012 at 11:15 PM
Huh? Who wants to steal anyones pension. We need to kill the pension system and stop forcing 95% of taxpayers to pay income and property taxes for someone else's retirement. If we stopped the pensions now, gave them all the money they put in back, we would have immediate tax relief. Why can't we vote on who wants to pay for someone else's pension?? Where's our Democrat Assembly and Senate on this? Do you support tax relief or pensions for the few at the expense of the many?


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