Monroe County Gives Away Millions in ...

Monroe County Gives Away Millions in Tax Breaks

There are 4 comments on the 13WHAM story from Mar 12, 2013, titled Monroe County Gives Away Millions in Tax Breaks. In it, 13WHAM reports that:

Monroe County's industrial development agency continues to award millions of dollars in tax breaks to businesses, even as municipalities and school districts are struggling.

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pigpen911

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#1 Mar 13, 2013
Money talks and B/S walks.Same old game but new players. Follow the money people and you will find out that the people we elect to office(both parties) think they are above the law and can do whatever they want.Just saying.
White Virus

West Henrietta, NY

#2 Mar 13, 2013
pigpen911 wrote:
Money talks and B/S walks.Same old game but new players. Follow the money people and you will find out that the people we elect to office(both parties) think they are above the law and can do whatever they want.Just saying.
Where are all the harsh and racially charge comments for this group of the entitled that you have for the poor and minorities??? Hypocrite!

In Monroe County is not "both parties"!
Just the GOP that's giving/stealing/redirecting not millions but, billions of the Taxpayer's money. The IDA is only the tip of the iceberg.
Look into the Monroe County LDC's and the Authority's. They are siphoning off almost as much money as those you have so much disdain for.
#nepotismwelfare
Serious Business

Rochester, NY

#3 Mar 13, 2013
Crony capitalism is bad, it creates a form of corporate welfare with favoritism, businesses are artificially propped up by your tax dollars in return for lining the politicians' pockets, competition is stifled.
On the other hand: Creating a good environment to do business is good. Lowering certain taxes(lowering the cost of doing business) increases the amount of business, increases the amout of business being done, increases employment, increases the tax base, revenue increases. Fair competition lowers costs to consumers.
It is a balancing act that requires transparency and informed involved voters.
DDS

Rochester, NY

#4 Mar 14, 2013
Serious Business wrote:
It is a balancing act that requires transparency and informed involved voters.
Not with Maggie Crooks in office. Transparency and informed involved voters are the last thing her administration wants.

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