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Irene: Flood tax relief costly in Schoharie County

More than 400 see value cut due to storm damage

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More than 400 property owners who lost at least half the value of their homes to flooding are getting help from Schoharie County and, in some cases, their towns. A total of 423 taxpayers in nine of 16 towns received reductions in their property values through the Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee Assessment Relief Act, according to a breakdown provided by county Real Property Tax Director Marjorie Troidl. The totals represent changes only for ...


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