But in Suffolk County these days, you’re in for quite a wait to get back the excess taxes you paid. That’s because there’s been a major reduction in county employees in recent years — what Suffolk County Executives Steve Bellone and his predecessor Steve Levy have proudly pointed to as a cutting back of county government.
New law will protect homeowners and businesses from skyrocketing property tax hikes Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today traveled to Nassau County to sign New York’s first property tax cap. The tax cap, a hallmark of Governor Cuomo’s campaign and a priority of his administration’s first year, will finally deliver relief to millions of homeowners and […]
Statement From Senator Lee M. Zeldin on Property Tax Cap Tonight I am very proud to have voted to enact a strong property tax cap that will limit the growth of school and local government property taxes at two percent or the Consumer Price Index (CPI), whichever is less. The number one issue in the Third […]
by The Associated Press | Long Island Business News The framework of an agreement struck by Gov. Andrew Cuomo and legislative leaders is expected to result in a property tax cap, the extension of New York City rent control, tuition increases at the State university of New York and more by Tuesday night. The deal […]