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Northville school tax levy set to rise 21 percent

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The Northville Central School District’s school board adopted a $9.7 million 2011-12 school budget Wednesday morning that carries with it a 21 percent tax levy hike as well as cuts to staff and sports. Northville Superintendent Kathy Dougherty said the proposed tax increase and program cuts should be blamed on the tax delinquency of the Hudson River Black River Regulating District, which is her district’s largest taxpayer, and cuts to state education aid. “We are ...


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deeder
April 21, 2011
7:12 a.m.

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It sounds like Northville conceded on many fronts. Looks like it is time for the State to pay it's taxes. What would the State do if a resident didn't pay up?????
I thought the idea for Cuomo's push on education was for no new taxes on the public???

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