Cuomo Signs Property Tax Cap

Pleasantville, N.Y. (WBNG Binghamton) — Governor Andrew M. Cuomo traveled to Westchester County on Thursday to sign New York’s first property tax cap.

The tax cap, a hallmark of Cuomo’s campaign and a priority of his administration’s first year, will finally deliver relief to millions of homeowners and business owners across the state who for too long have been burdened by out-of-control property taxes.

Cuomo signed the property tax cap at the home of Russell and Tara Klein in Pleasantville. Like many taxpayers in Westchester County, the Kleins, parents of four children, have made sacrifices to afford the state’s skyrocketing property taxes.

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