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Officials like no-tax proposal; businesses not so much

New York Environmental Facilities Corp. CEO Matthew Driscoll outlines the Tax-Free NY initiative Tuesday at Fulton-Montgomery Community College.
New York Environmental Facilities Corp. CEO Matthew Driscoll outlines the Tax-Free NY initiative Tuesday at Fulton-Montgomery Community College.
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Economic development officials see potential in Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposal to lure businesses with a decade of no taxes. But some small business owners struggling in the state’s current high-tax environment don’t like the smell of it. Only a few people attended a forum on the proposal Tuesday afternoon at Fulton-Montgomery Community College — it was announced late Monday, giving few people the opportunity to attend. State Environmental Facilities Corp. CEO Matthew Driscoll is among ...


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tgeorge12345
June 5, 2013
7:59 a.m.

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The people who have lived and struggled paying taxes in this state will be penalized. JUST REDUCE taxes for everyone, starting with property taxes.

safny
June 5, 2013
12:05 p.m.

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Close the state government for ten years - that'll save plenty.

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