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Schoharie budget reduces spending on youth, senior citizens

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Spending for youth and senior citizens will decrease in the town of Schoharie’s 2013 budget to avoid the 5.7 percent tax hike initially proposed and stay within the state’s 2 percent tax hike cap. “It would have been a lot to digest,” Supervisor Gene Milone said of a larger tax increase. “We did everything we could to stay under the cap. It’s going to be difficult again next year but hopefully we’ll have a lot ...

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