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Court rules against Golub in tax credit dispute

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Price Chopper’s parent company was dealt a blow this week in its ongoing dispute with the state when it lost an appeal in state Supreme Court for nearly $1.3 million in back state tax credits. Golub Corp., owner of the Schenectady-based supermarket chain, says it’s owed the credits from 2007 and 2008, but hasn’t received them because of what turned out to be, in essence, a clerical error. The dispute traces to 2005 when Golub ...

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ballstoncoin
April 19, 2014
10:19 a.m.

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Another example of NYS bleeding the life out of every business. NYS should be on bended need for all the good Price Chopper and The Golubs do in the area. Shame on you NYS over a damn clerical error.

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