Christie touts his pension reforms at town hall

NUTLEY – Gov. Chris Christie today told residents here that his pension reforms would save them $10.4 million.

“Imagine what $10.4 million will look like in your property tax bill,” the governor told the Nutley crowd.

“I’m not doing these things because I’m looking for more fights,” the governor said. “We can’t any longer try to make everybody happy. That is leading us down the road to fiscal ruin.”

As part of his ongoing statewide town hall tour, the governor appeared in the Frank Cocchiola Recreation Center accompanied by his wife, First Lady Mart Pat Christie, Essex County Executive Joe DiVincenzo, and Republican state Sen. Kevin O’Toole of Cedar Grove.

Christie touts his pension reforms at town hall