Assemblymember Cahill Releases List to the 103rd District Detailing Which Localities are Accepting Early Tax Payments

December 27, 2017

Kingston, NY – Assemblymember Cahill released the following local information regarding the New York State Executive Order about the pre-payment of their 2018 General City and County Tax Bills:

School Districts in the 103rd Assembly District in both Ulster and Dutchess Counties are not participating in the early pre-payment. Villages are also not offering a pre-payment option since their budgets are not set until May or June. They are therefore unable to accept payments as the budget has not been proposed or passed. The Towns listed below located in the 103rd Assembly District will be offering the following options:

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Accepting Payments

Payments accepted in office until close

Accepting Partial payment? ½ or full only

For Tax bill info contact #

Esopus

12/29 only -postmarked by 12/31

½ or full

331-3709

Gardiner

12/28-12/29 postmarked by 12/31

½ or full

255-9675

Hurley

through noon 12/29 postmarked by 12/31

½ or full

331-7474

Kingston (City)

12/28 & 12/29 postmarked by 12/31

½ or full

334-3935

Kingston (Town)

12/28 & 12/29 postmarked by 12/31

½ or full

336-8853

Marbletown

12/28 & 12/29 postmarked by 12/31

½ or full waiting on tax rolls

687-7500 x160

New Paltz

12/28 & 12/29 postmarked by 12/31

½ or full

255-0100

Olive

12/28 & 12/29 postmarked by 12/31

½ or full

657-8118

Plattekill

12/28 & 12/29 postmarked by 12/31

½ or full

883-7331x10

Red Hook

12/28 & 12/29 postmarked by 12/31

full only

758-4600

Rochester

12/28 & 12/29 postmarked by 12/31

½ or full

626-7384

Rhinebeck

12/28-12/29(noon) postmarked by 12/31

full only

876-3203

Rosendale

12/28-12/29 postmarked by 12/31

½ or full

658-3159

Shandaken

12/28-12/29 postmarked by 12/31

½ or full

688-5004

Ulster (Town)

12/28-12/29 postmarked by 12/31

full only

382-2455

Woodstock

12/28-12/29 postmarked by 12/31

½ or full

679-2113 x14

“It is unfortunate that New Yorkers have to jump through hoops just to save a few dollars on their Federal taxes,” said Assemblyman Kevin Cahill (D-103, Ulster, Dutchess Counties). “The rush on the part of Congress to penalize taxpayers in places like New York has made it extremely difficult for local governments and taxpayers to take the steps necessary to maximize their deductions. I hope this information will assist those who can gather the resources necessary to pre-pay their 2018 general tax bill,” he concluded.