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Refinancing debt will help Glenville save $462K

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Glenville officials anticipate saving close to a half-million dollars after agreeing Wednesday to refinance another round of bonds. The Town Board approved refinancing $6.4 million worth of remaining debt it incurred from a bond it took out in 2005, mostly for water infrastructure projects. Town Comptroller Jason Cuthbert said this savings of about $462,000 comes on top of $513,000 that the town will save after the board last May agreed to refinance about $3.36 million ...


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Cortsmom87
February 21, 2013
5:20 a.m.

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Hmmm not that I really care about the signs but I wonder what Socha is planning on doing in their new plaza. I love that his huge sign near the road on Rte 50 was up before the official "approval" to build. They must want to change their signs once things are built which is the reason for the "modernization" of the sign ordinance. Too late for some of the small businesses that have failed because they couldn't have big enough signs and potential customers were not even aware that the shops were available.

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