“Four years ago, I supported Governor Cuomo’s property tax cap to protect our residents from the ever increasing costs of government. In 2014, I welcomed the Governor’s property tax freeze credit and now welcome the Governor’s proposed income tax credit as it will put money back in the pockets of our residents. For too long, State government taxed too high. I’m happy to see changes that better reflect our economy and deliver relief for our residents.”
With a pending winter storm, Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today announced he has directed officials at the Assessment Review Commission (ARC) and Department of Assessment (DOA) to accept property tax assessment grievance filings until Friday, March 7.
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today released the following statement:
“I commend Governor Cuomo for putting forth plans that cut taxes and reduce the size of government. These proposals complement my administration’s success in creating jobs by cutting taxes. To truly rebuild this Empire State and improve our economy, municipalities throughout New York must join the Governor and I in protecting taxpayers through efficiencies and public-private partnerships.”
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today issued the following statement in reference to New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo’s tax freeze plan:
To help homeowners deal with this week’s upcoming winter storms, Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano announced today that the deadline for submitting applications for all property tax exemptions for the 2014-15 school and general fund tax year has been extended to Wednesday, January 8, 2014.
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today joined with Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray and Oyster Bay Town Supervisor John Venditto in announcing plans to allow property owners victimized by Superstorm Sandy to receive a property tax refund or credit.
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano’s fourth consecutive No-Property Tax Increase Budget was today approved by the County Legislature. The budget reduces spending and continues to deliver important services for the residents of Nassau. Aggressive fiscal management and a continued commitment to spending cuts is evident as County Executive Mangano and the Republican Legislative Caucus have cut over $330 million in wasteful spending from Nassau’s budget while steadily closing the $378 million in budget deficits inherited from the prior administration.