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Contract to cut ambulance taxes in Halfmoon

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The town of Halfmoon and the Clifton Park-Halfmoon Emergency Corps have reached a six-year agreement that will cut ambulance taxes for town residents. Town Supervisor Kevin Tollisen and Clifton Park-Halfmoon Ambulance Corps Executive Director Joseph Santiago said the agreement will significantly reduce residents’ tax burdens while keeping the quality of care from medical responders the same. The agreement will reduce the tax rate for Halfmoon residents 10 percent for the ambulance tax bills they will ...


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