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Saratoga County sets property tax rates

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Saratoga County property taxes are going up for the second year in a row, as the 82,048 tax bills about to arrive in the mail will show. Those who look closely will see a slightly different look to the bill, as well as a 1.5 percent average tax increase, Starting in 2013, the county bill is broken onto two separate lines, to show that the majority of the bill — 98 percent, by the county’s ...


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manjoe
December 29, 2012
7:25 a.m.

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If you want to know why local taxes are high consider how many hands are open wanting your tax dollars. It's time to eliminate most of those towns and let the county take over their responsibility. That will save tens of thousands of dollars and increase efficiency of service delivery.

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