LITTLE FALLS — The Little Falls Common Council will conduct a public hearing on a local law to override the state-imposed property tax cap.The state law enacted in 2011 limits the annual growth of property taxes levied by local governments and school districts to 2 percent or the rate of inflation, whichever is less.For 2014, state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli set the cap at 1.66 percent.The public hearing will take place at 6 p.m. on April 1 at City Hall.
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LITTLE FALLS — The February session of the Little Falls Common Council, which closed with two members of the public taking to the podium to speak without formal recognition from the floor, left council members with questions regarding the city’s...
TOWN OF RUSSIA — A fight for an asphalt plant in this Herkimer County town isn’t over yet.
BARNEVELD — The TRAID program of Upstate Cerebral Palsy, an equipment lending library for persons with disabilities, has a new phone number — 292-1968.
UTICA — The Stanley Center for the Arts in Utica recently named its 2014 board of directors and officers.
UTICA — Autism Awareness Month is celebrated throughout April and the Kelberman Center will host its annual Walk for Autism on Saturday, April 5, at Oneida High School, Saturday, April 26, at the Boonville VFW, Glimmerglass State Park in Cooperstown...
LITTLE FALLS — The March meeting of Preserve Our Past will take place at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 18, at the Mohawk Valley Center for the Arts, 401 S. Ann St., Little Falls.
ALBANY — State Sen. James Seward welcomed students from Herkimer County to Albany as part of the 79th annual 4-H Capital Days.
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