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Poll: Should Suffolk towns foot tuition bill?

County Executive Steve Levy is proposing to shift an $11-million bill for local students who attend New York State community colleges outside the county to Suffolk's 10 towns, and the towns are crying foul.

In Rick Brand's story, the town supervisors say the costs could increase taxes by up to 13 percent in some towns.

"The 'Levy levy' has a nice ring to it," said Southold Supervisor Scott Russell, a Republican.

Read the whole story here, and take our poll below. Should the towns foot the bill?

 

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