School Vote 2014: Property tax cap

The state?s tax cap requires school districts and

The state’s tax cap requires school districts and municipalities to propose budgets that won't raise taxes above a certain level. (May 15, 2014 9:11 AM)

Next Tuesday, residents in all 124 school districts across Long Island will vote on their proposed budgets for the next year.

In part one of our series School Vote 2014, News 12 Long Island’s Doug Geed takes a close look at the property tax cap, how it impacts those budgets and affects your tax bill.

The state’s tax cap requires school districts and municipalities to propose budgets...

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