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Metroplex board approves $7M spending plan for 2014

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The Schenectady Metroplex Development Authority board approved a nearly $7 million budget for next year at its monthly meeting Wednesday night. The county’s economic development arm proposed a spending plan with $8.15 million in revenues and $1.06 million in operating expenses. It also planned for $295,000 in pre-development expenses, which comprise legal expenses associated with closing sales and finalizing contracts. Metroplex gets most of its revenue from sales tax receipts, but also gets some income ...


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hodgkins.t
December 20, 2013
7:44 a.m.

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Story stated expenses ,but not the majority of the budget for the shadow government. What are they spending the regressive tax revenue on? Instead of just quoting the shadow mayor examine factual historical budgeting surpluses or deficits.

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