Lifton, Helming Bills Could Bring Tax Relief in Lansing
Bill could stem loss of tax revenue from Cayuga Power Plant New York State Assemblywoman Barbara Lifton announced Tuesday that she has introduced legislation that would help the Lansing School District, the Town of Lansing, and Tompkins County weather the loss of tax revenue from the Cayuga Power Plant and possibly other facilities across the state experiencing diminished electrical production. New York State Senator Pam Helming introduced a similar bill in the Senate.
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#1 Jul 28, 2017
Dryden doesn't have a cash cow power plant to gouge with taxes, nor does Homer or Newfield. The fact is, a large tax tenant like the power plant uses virtually no town resources, but the tax revenue is used to grow bigger government spending. When that cow dies, as this plant is doing, the solution is not a bail out by others, it is to cut your spending and live as Dryden, TRumansburg, etc have done all these years: within their means.
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