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June 21, 2017
"We can assure that the buildings don't fall apart, that they are maintained properly and that we have a wonderful place at BOCES to educate our children," said Assemblywoman Sandy Galef, Chair of the Assembly Committee on Real Property Taxation, of legislation she authored to allow the Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) to exclude bonding for capital projects, as school districts may, under the current tax cap laws. A.5965

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Assemblywoman Galef discusses a bill she is introducing: A.1287. The bill lays out how Weschester and Putnam Counties can work with BOCES to consolidate school services and save taxpayers money, while keeping New York as competitive as possible with other states.