Names in the News: Freehold Township Mayor Anthony Ammiano

Have a question you have been dying to ask? Patch will get it answered for you.

We get it, you're busy. You don't have time to make it to every Township Committee meeting, but you have questions for Mayor Anthony Ammiano. Let Patch get them answered for you.

Ammiano has agreed to answer as many questions from Patch readers as we can fit into one meeting with him, which we will publish in a Q&A soon.

Now, all we need are your questions: Formulate your query and e-mail it to your local editor Noel Aliseo (noel.aliseo@patch.com) by Friday, June 22 at 6 p.m. with the subject line: "Ask the Mayor."

***This article is a new feature launched by Freehold Patch called "Names in the News".

Our goal with the feature is to give our users a chance to ask questions of decision-makers, business leaders and volunteers, to find out who they are and what they are thinking.
Periodically, we will be reaching out to our users with a suggested Names in the News candidate and a call for questions. We will then compile the questions, edit them, add some of our own and then pose them to the people you need to know better.

Joan Lorwey-Muenz June 20, 2012 at 01:39 PM
Good Morning mayor, I applaud your acceptance of a problem with uneven and over-assessed property values in Freehold Township. Now that a company has been engaged to do the work, I hope that they will be consistent and accurate, especially within our homogeneous communities. We all understand that the same dollars are needed to run this wonderful town, but look forward to the more equitable distribution of that burden. For example, an 1/8 or less of an acre can not have the same resale value as a single family half-acre lot. We in the communities of Raintree, and such have been asked to shoulder an unfair portion based upon what the true value of the land should be. Good luck in this "Round-Two" effort and thank-you for always listening to the citizens and not the politics....May this continue for all of our benefit. Joan Lorwey Muenz


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