A resolution was passed by the League of Municipalities last month during their annual conference in Atlantic City. This Monday the league began circulating letters to mayors to gain their support in changing the way schools are funded in the state.
The shell game they wish to play with the tax payers is to have school funding shifted from property taxes to income tax. Doing the numbers it would be impossible for income taxes to cover school funding without being raised significantly. There is also no guarantee that the property taxes would not be increased once the school funding is shifted.
You can read more at NJ.com the article by Karen Keller of the Star-Ledger.