www.wxxinews.org — There’s a push by business groups and Republicans in the State Senate, as well as Governor Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, to make the state’s 2% per year property tax cap permanent. Backers have issued a report to bolster their views, and say public opinion is on their side.
The newly elected leader of the State Senate, John Flanagan, says making the property tax cap permanent is a top priority. Flanagan replaced former Senate Leader Dean Skelos earlier in May, after Skelos was charged with six counts of corruption in a kick back and bribery scheme that prosecutors say illegally benefited the Senator and his son.
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