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Oorah loses tax case, must pay $246K

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The former Scotch Valley ski resort will remain taxable for the 2012-13 year under a court ruling that rejected a religious organization’s request for tax-exempt status. The decision rendered March 4 by state Supreme Court Justice Eugene P. Devine will force New Jersey-based Oorah Inc. to pay roughly $246,000 in county, school and town taxes this year. Oorah Inc. operates summer camps for Jewish children and religious retreats on properties it owns in Gilboa and ...

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