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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. “It 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 — the amount of money ...

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