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Albany visit results in tax relief for Esperance, Schoharie

Property values down after tropical storms

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A trip several officials made to Albany last week will save hundreds of dollars for taxpayers in the towns of Esperance and Schoharie. The state Department of Taxation and Finance ran assessment data through established formulas and decided the towns were undervaluing properties, despite the loss of more than 100 homes and other impacts from tropical storms Irene and Lee two years ago. But Assessor Steven Rubeor, Schoharie town Supervisor Eugene Milone and Schoharie County ...


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