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Town, village tax hikes seen in Glenville budget plan

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The Glenville Town Board on Wednesday approved Supervisor Chris Koetzle’s $18.5 million preliminary spending plan as its preliminary budget with very slight changes. The budget would carry a 3.55 percent tax levy increase, which is below the state-imposed cap. If it is adopted by the Town Board, Glenville residents with a home assessed at the average $173,000 would see their town property taxes increase by $21, to total $592. Scotia residents with a home assessed ...


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October 18, 2012
11:51 a.m.

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