Pomona, NY - Village Braces for 12.6 Percent Tax Rate Hike
Pomona, NY - A public hearing is scheduled on a proposed village budget that raises the tax rate 12.6 percent.
The budget presented by Mayor Nick Sanderson reduces some expenses, but it also projects declining revenues from sales taxes and municipal fees.
One of the largest rising expenses is the village’s defense against a lawsuit brought by Congregational Rabbinical College of Tartikov.
The budget proposes an across-the-board salary freeze for officials and employees.
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