BY TOM HESTER SR.
Gov. Chris Christie will travel to Denville Thursday to hold his fifth meeting with the public this year.
The governor is expected to continue speaking about his proposal to cut the state income tax by 10 percent for all wage earners. Legislative Democrats argue the tax cut is designed to benefit the wealthy and does little to help middle-and low-income wage earners financially.
Christie is also expected to talk about his efforts to bolster public education and the state’s economy.
What the governor is calling a "New Jersey Comeback Town Hall meeting" will begin at 10:30 a.m. at the Morris County School of Technology, 400 East Main St.