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Scotia-Glenville school board may increase income limits for senior tax exemption

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Scotia-Glenville Central School District officials are considering raising the income limits to qualify for senior property tax exemptions for the first time since 2002. Under the current scale, people ages 65 and older can have 50 percent of their property value exempt from taxation if they make $18,000 or less annually. The amount of the exemption decreases by 5 percentage points at each rung of the sliding income scale. The lowest level is currently a ...

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