TEANECK, N.J. -- The tax wrangling continues between Teaneck and Holy Name Medical Center, and the township has now formed a subcommittee to meet with Holy Name representatives, according to the Teaneck Suburbanite.
The Teaneck Council had recently voted to file a reverse tax appeal against the hospital, but the township is now working to see about negotiating a deal instead, the Teaneck Suburbanite reports. A hospital representative noted the various services it provides to the community, and Deputy Mayor Elie Katz noted that the hospital is a "valuable neighbor" and "wonderful resource."
The subcommittee that would negotiate with the hospital includes Mayor Lizette Parker, Katz, and Councilman Jason Castle, according to the Teaneck Suburbanite. Read its full story here.