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Glenville drops bank as site for tax payments

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Glenville residents will have to pay their taxes at town hall or online — not at First National Bank of Scotia this year. The Town Board decided not to enter into another contract with the bank for tax-collection services. Supervisor Chris Koetzle said Wednesday that the bank’s proposed fee was in the range of $10,000 to $12,000, which is higher than what the town had budgeted. He believes Glenville can collect the town, county, school ...


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Cortsmom87
January 7, 2013
6:24 a.m.

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“It’s a part-time position right now,” he said. - (quoting Chris Koetzle) lol Wonder what the town officials have up their sleeve - We have lived in this town too long to be fooled by what goes on behind closed doors!!!

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