NYSSBA Property Tax Cap Report

A NYSSBA analysis of the new legislation found that if the cap had have been in place this year, NY collectively would be short an estimated $3.3 billion between 2010-2011 and 2013-2014 just to meet basic expenditures for payroll and other personnel costs (such as salaries, pensions, health insurance, which are collectively bargained or mandated by law.)
nyssba property tax cap report.pdf, 5892.808 KB; (Last Modified on October 12, 2017)