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Glenville budget includes small tax hike

Health care, retirement costs drive increase

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The typical Glenville homeowner would pay about an extra $10 in taxes next year under town Supervisor Chris Koetzle’s proposed 2014 budget, which he will submit to the Town Board on Monday. The $16.3 million spending plan would raise the tax levy by $134,000 or 1.6 percent, which falls within the town’s state-mandated 2.6 percent cap. Expenses would increase $344,210, but only to cover mandated costs like health insurance premiums and retirement obligations. The tentative ...


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