While most football fans in the Delaware Valley don’t have a connection to Baltimore Ravens or the San Francisco 49ers, the town of Audubon, New Jersey was strongly backing one of their own on Sunday evening.
Unsafe conditions in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy have caused many, but not all, area municipalities to postpone trick-or-treating.
The towns are motivated by the two-percent cap on property tax increases imposed two years ago by the State of New Jersey.
“Where some of our towns were paying $72 a ton to empty their trash, Camden County’s communities will now be paying $59 a ton,” says county freeholder Jeffrey Nash.
Mama has hatched her eggs, and now everyone’s all atwitter with excitement.
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