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Posted on August 10 at 6:20 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Property taxes are increasing while property values are decreasing all over the state of NY. Good luck trying to get it under control. I tried and failed, so I moved out of the state.

From: Letters to the Editor for Aug. 10

Posted on August 9 at 6:30 a.m. (Suggest removal)

New York and Florida public schools are both ranked in the top 5 in the country. Do the research. New York real estate/school taxes continue to go up and up and up, while property values go down...

From: Letters to the Editor for Aug. 8

Posted on August 8 at 8:36 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Way to go Steven Roberts! If your government won't listen to you, find one that will. It is working wonderfully for us so far! Best of luck to you and your family. There are so many transplants from NY here in Florida. I have yet to meet one who regrets the decision to get out of NY!

From: Letters to the Editor for Aug. 8

Posted on August 2 at 1:38 p.m. (Suggest removal)

To Justapto: Did you read my letter? Did I mention gorging on transfats, cigarettes, alcohol and drugs? If you don't agree with my move, that's fine. But, please get your facts straight. I was not insulting to you, why do you feel the need to be insulting to me?

To Muggy and Biwemple - thank you for your support.

From: Letters to the Editor for Aug. 2

Posted on May 7 at 9:36 a.m. (Suggest removal)

To Jerry Groom:

Very well said - thanks for sharing!!!!

From: Letters to the Editor for May 7

Posted on April 27 at 6:21 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Rita - I agree that too few Americans exercise their right to vote. However, there is another way of looking at this. The abysmal voter turnout for the Republican Primary in NY is likely a reflection of the abysmally low percentage of registered Republicans. You have to be registered with a party in order to vote in the primary. New Yorkers are, overwhelmingly, registered Democrats.

From: Letters to the Editor for April 27

Posted on March 29 at 6:14 a.m. (Suggest removal)

To Bruce: Attacking a man for his politics is one thing, but attacking a man's physical health is way out of bounds.

From: Letters to the Editor for March 29

Posted on March 18 at 7:48 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Cynthia and Clifford:

The inverse is actually true. Taxes are a factor in determining the rankings of schools. As Niskayuna taxes increase, the ranking goes DOWN, making the value of homes go DOWN.

From: Letters to the Editor for March 18

Posted on October 12 at 7:38 a.m. (Suggest removal)

Mr. Nagig: I could not have said it better myself! Thank you for saying what so many of us in the private sector have been thinking!

From: Letters to the Editor for Oct. 12

Posted on April 2 at 7:38 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Oh, Newsworthy. You are so very, very correct. If you read the newsletter published by the school district right before each budget vote, it contains veiled threats of the potential harm to children if the budget is voted down. It is all political rhetoric, as you said, meant to scare all of us or guilt us into doing what is "right" for our children. Really, we are just doing what is right for them. I will vote no on the budget. I just don't know if there are enough people like you and me to have a meaningful impact on the process!

From: Letters to the Editor for April 2

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