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N.J. towns sue 35 hospitals over property taxes

TRENTON — Eager to tap into a new source of cash to lower New Jersey's notoriously high property taxes, local officials have filed tax appeals challenging the tax-exempt status of 35 nonprofit hospitals, NJ Advance Media has learned.

The litigation continues to pile up in response to last year's precedent-setting  tax court ruling  and settlement which  required Morristown Medical Center to pay Morristown $15.5 million  in lieu of property taxes. The judge found the hospital operated in many ways like a for-profit entity and should share the cost of public safety and other municipal services.

Two of the 35 cases have been settled already, resulting in additional revenue for the city of Elizabeth and Edison Township.

In March — after 15 municipalities filed tax appeals — Gov. Chris Christie  called on local officials to support a  two-year freeze on new litigation  while a commission devised a solution that would preserve the tax-exempt status of the 58 nonprofit in the state but require hospital make contributions in lieu of taxes.