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Budget yes means no to rebate for Scotia-Glenville voters

Exceeding cap disqualifies district for incentive

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Tim Keegan didn’t know he was giving up a $50 tax rebate when he voted to support the Scotia-Glenville Central School District’s $50.78 million budget Tuesday. After voting at Scotia-Glenville High School, the 61-year-old Scotia resident said that information would not have stopped him from voting yes. “I wasn’t aware of that, but I would vote in favor anyway,” said Keegan, whose son is graduating from the high school this year and whose daughter graduated ...


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