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Scotia village trustees weigh cutting 2014-2015 budget

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Scotia trustees are debating whether to trim a tentative $8.64 million budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year so that the village stays under the state tax cap. The village, whose fiscal year begins June 1, already passed a local law earlier this year to give itself the authority to exceed the tax cap if it so wishes. The 2011 state law limits the annual growth of property taxes levied by local governments to 2 percent ...

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