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Proposed Glenville budget includes 3.4% tax increase

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Glenville Supervisor Chris Koetzle is proposing a $18.5 million budget with a 3.4 percent tax levy increase, which is about $68,000 below the state cap. The appropriations include $3.6 million for general operations, $3.4 million for the Highway Department and $4.8 million for town operations outside the village. The rest of the budget is made up of special use funds, including water, sewer, fire and lighting districts. If ultimately adopted by the Town Board, the ...

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October 2, 2012
11:41 a.m.

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If the residents of the Town are going to be subject to Tax increases can you please make sure that the people whose salaries we pay are doing their jobs? Or at least on the job when they are supposed to be and not parked in their driveways in patrol cars during their shift? This while we are also absorbing their health insurance costs, paying unecessary overtime and watching them sitting in parking lots talking to each other in separate patrol cards or worse - talking on their cell phones and laughing while they are driving around the town. We were once advised that the police are exempt from no talking on your cell phones when driving. Does this apply if they kill someone because they were on the phone?