Source: Assembly Republican Press Release -
Assembly Republicans Donna Simon and Jack Ciattarelli will be recognized for their tireless efforts to reduce the cost of government and save taxpayers’ money at the Americans for Prosperity New Jersey’s Liberty Luncheon, Wednesday, Oct. 22. The lunch begins at Noon at The Flemington Woman’s Club at 43 Park Avenue, Flemington.
Simon and Ciattarelli, R – Hunterdon, Somerset, Mercer and Middlesex, will discuss issues and legislation they are fighting for in Trenton, including Simon’s plan to encourage and expedite cost-saving school consolidations and Ciattarelli’s plan to repeal estate and transfer inheritance taxes. The legislators will also be presented with awards for earning some of the highest performance grades in the state on the AFP’s Taxpayer Scorecard.
“We can provide better services and make New Jersey affordable again for people who want to raise their families here and retire here,” said Simon. “Since coming to the Assembly two years ago, I have been fighting for a more efficient government that allows taxpayers to hold on to more of their hard-earned money. We need to continue to find opportunities to conserve taxpayer money.”
“We need to focus keenly on making New Jersey a place where people can afford to live, work and retire,” Ciattarelli said. “With that in mind, it is an honor to be recognized for working hard to provide residents the tax relief they deserve.”