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Scotia-Glenville school board hearing set on senior tax break

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The Scotia-Glenville Board of Education will hold a public hearing Tuesday on a proposal to increase income limits for senior property tax exemptions. Income limits for the program currently range from $18,000 to $25,500 and have not been increased since 2002. Under the proposal, any district resident age 65 and older with an income of $18,500 or less can receive a 50 percent exemption on their school tax bills. The amount of the exemption decreases ...


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