Senator Codey on Having the State Take Over Costs for the Essex County Prosecutors’ Office

TRENTON – Senate President Richard J. Codey and Assembly Deputy Conference Leader William D. Payne today teamed with Essex County Executive Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo Jr. and a delegation of Essex County municipal leaders to call for passage of legislation to provide Essex County residents with much-needed property tax relief.

Senator Codey on the cost of the State taking over the Essex County Prosecutors Office. OC – “… relief for Essex County taxpayers.” Senator Codey on the cost of the State taking over the Essex County Prosecutors Office. OC – “… relief for Essex County taxpayers.” (0:36)

Senator Codey on the efforts of Essex County to keep down county taxes. OC – “…taking a step forward.” Senator Codey on the efforts of Essex County to keep down county taxes. OC – “…taking a step forward.” (0:27)

Senator Codey on the prospects for passage of the county prosecutors proposal. OC – “…bipartisan support as well.” Senator Codey on the prospects for passage of the county prosecutors proposal. OC – “…bipartisan support as well.” (0:23)

Senator Codey on being equitable with Abbott funding for students who attend vocational schools. OC – “…property tax relief.” Senator Codey on being equitable with Abbott funding for students who attend vocational schools. OC – “…property tax relief.” (0:42)

Senator Codey, in an exchange between Gannett Statehouse reporter Michael Symons, and NJN reporter Michael Aron, on Statewide property tax reform. OC – “…thank you gentlemen and ladies.” Senator Codey, in an exchange between Gannett Statehouse reporter Michael Symons, and NJN reporter Michael Aron, on Statewide property tax reform. OC – “…thank you gentlemen and ladies.” (3:31)