Budgets of New Jersey towns and cities are being sapped by the costs of winter storm cleanups. On Friday, the state Department of Transportation Commissioner Jim Simpson told Townsquare Media the cost to municipalities has to be near $100 million dollars.
It's becoming a serious problem in several New Jersey towns hard-hit by Superstorm Sandy, as local leaders have not formally adopted a budget yet, which is delaying property tax bills from being sent out.
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