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Gloversville budget will keep services, jobs, taxes stable

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The Gloversville City Council adopted a $15.4 million budget for 2013 on Tuesday night that, like the 2012 budget, carries no tax increase. β€œIt has no new taxes, no layoffs and no decrease in services,” said Mayor Dayton King. The property tax rate for 2013 will remain at $21.71 per $1,000 of assessed property value, meaning a $2,171 city tax bill for a home assessed at $100,000. The tax levy β€” the amount of money ...

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