If the Mayor is not doing his / her job then you call for them to resign.<quoted text>
The hospital is a 501c3 charity non-profit organization. The City Assessor has NO business taxing it.
The YMCA (to include the Co-Op) is a 501c3 charity non-profit organization. The City Assessor has NO business taxing it.
It sounds like you want the City Assessor to take responsibility for the Police functions in Little Falls, the Codes functions in Little Falls, and now the Planning Board in Little Falls. You are a crazy man.
If the Code Enforcer is not doing his / her job then you call for them to resign.
If the Police Chief or Fire Chief are not doing their job then you call for them to resign.
If the Assessor IS doing their job then you also call for them to resign?
Are you selectively enforcing here Tinker Bell?
Question 3 & 4 -- Federal Income Tax Exemption Status
Most of the organizations exempt from property taxes under section 420-a and section 420-b of the Real Property Tax Law are exempt from federal income taxes under section 501 of the Internal Revenue Code. However, exempt status under the Internal Revenue Code is not conclusive with regard to exempt status under the Real Property Tax Law.
Question 11 - Hospitals
Question 11, relevant only to hospitals, is designed to show whether a portion of the property is being used by doctors for their private practices. Where a portion of the property is being so used, that portion is subject to taxation.
Question 12 - Regular Use by Others
Although the property must be used for exempt purposes, it need not be so used by the owning organization itself. The property may continue to receive the exemption if it is regularly used by an organization which would be exempt pursuant to either section 420-a or section 420-b if it owned the property. The exemption may also be granted if the property is regularly used for purposes exempt pursuant to sections: 406 (municipal corporations); 408 (school districts and BOCES); 416 (United Nations); 422 (not-for-profit housing companies); 424 (institutes of arts and sciences); 426 (opera houses); 428 (fraternal organizations); 430 (interdenominational centers); 450 (agricultural societies); or for civil defense purposes pursuant to the New York State Defense Emergency Act (L.1951, c.784). However, the rental income received by the owning organization may not exceed the carrying, maintenance and depreciation charges of the rented portion of the property. Question 12 is designed to elicit this information.
If a portion is leased to or used by a corporation or association which would not be entitled to any of these exemptions, that portion is taxable.
So, you are critical of the assessor for doing her job because her job may be to assess the potential property tax burden of one of your favorite things?
You sure you don't have a dog in this fight?