Garett's land in question is 9.88 acres in Wantage Township that was originally owned by his father, now deceased.
Public records show the land was assessed at $6,100 in 2007.
I didn't know you could find land in NJ for less than $1,000 an acre. Does this strike anybody else as odd?
Jessica Coomes of the Express-Times also covered the ad, posting Garrett's campaign's response and an interesting tidbit:
Gasperino said residents deserve policy proposals, not "unfounded political gimmicks," and she said Shulman is attacking open space. Gasperino did not respond to follow-up questions to identify which statements she deems untrue.
Now this is going to get interesting.