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Glenville ex-supervisor argues for tax cut in budget

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If former Glenville town supervisor Frank Quinn had his way, the town would use more of its fund balance to offer residents a tax cut next year in place of the 1.59 percent tax increase currently being proposed under the preliminary budget.

The town’s former leader was the only resident to voice his thoughts on the 2014 budget at a public hearing held Wednesday night. The $16.3 million spending plan is set to raise ...

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