State Senate approves bill to make state property tax cap permanent

There is a new push in Albany to make the state property tax cap a permanent part of the budget process. The State Senate approved a bill Tuesday to prevent the tax cap from expiring next year. Supporters

News 12 Staff

May 20, 2015, 5:13 PM

Updated 3,311 days ago

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There is a new push in Albany to make the state property tax cap a permanent part of the budget process.
The State Senate approved a bill Tuesday to prevent the tax cap from expiring next year.
Supporters say it has saved state voters $7.6 billion over the past three years.
The plan to make it permanent has been sent to the State Assembly.


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