This Happened to Tax Rates When 23,000 Hasidim Left a Town
Administrators of Facebook groups that focus on Ocean, Bergen, Rockland, Orange and Sullivan counties in NJ and NY, feed their audiences the notion that Hasidim are a net tax cost to society. But guess what happened when a Village with its 23,000 Hasidim broke away from the Town of Monroe?
Regarding the Rise in Attacks on Orthodox Jews in Brooklyn
We urge the Brooklyn District Attorney to announce and implement stepped up prosecutions of those who commit bigoted-driven attacks against Orthodox Jews.
Average Household Income is Up 43% Among Hasidim Since 2009; Virtually Unchanged for New York Overall
Census data reviewed by OJPAC shows that the average income for Hasidic Households jumped by 43.1% from 2009 through 2017. The data is based on the Village of Kiryas Joel in Orange County, NY, whose population of 23,000 is Hasidic and is the largest Hasidic population quantified by the Census.