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Plandome Manor trustees OK $815G budget

A walkway in Plandome Manor. (July 11, 2007)

A walkway in Plandome Manor. (July 11, 2007) (Credit: Newsday / Bruce Gilbert )

Plandome Manor trustees voted on Tuesday to adopt the village’s 2013-14 budget.

The budget, which totals $815,675, is a decrease of 2.85 percent from the 2012-13 budget of $839,633. The budget reflects a last-minute reduction of $2,040 due to a renegotiation of the village’s garbage contract.

The average tax rate will rise by 15.49 percent, to 50.222 per $100 of assessed value, compared with the previous years’ rate of 43.487. Assessments in the village declined by 12 percent.

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Trustees noted that the tax levy increase did not exceed the state-mandated cap.

“We were able to hold the line on our taxes for the third consecutive year,” Deputy Mayor Matthew Clinton said at the meeting.


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