Westchester tops nation in property taxes again; Rockland ranks fourth, Putnam 11th
Rockland County inched one spot up the list: It had the country's fourth-highest property taxes with a median bill of $8,861, up 4 percent.
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#1 Sep 28, 2011
This sickens me. The taxes in Suffern are insanely high and what for? I mean, its a nice place to live but its not that *&^%ing nice. For what I shell out every year in property taxes, these so and so roads should be as smooth as effing glass! But they're not are they? NO. Everywhere I look (and drive) there is another hole. And don't get me started on what happens when the snows begins falling and the town issues a warning if you're not Johnny on the friggin spot to clear the sidewalk in front of your house. Why do we, the law abiding hard working, tax paying citizens have to clear the sidewalks anyway? Isn't that what these loafing DPW guys get paid for? Or how about having those criminals who are getting fat on my taxes over at the county jail earn their keep! Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh whats the use!
#2 Apr 11, 2016
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