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No County Tax Increase? Oh, Wait ...

February 28, 2013

2013 could go down as a banner year for Chautauqua County taxpayers. Thanks to the Chautauqua County Home, it’s not likely to happen....

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Aaron1

Feb-28-13 4:33 AM

Disagree with the PJ's "Drat." There is hope that between Andrew (govenor) and Barry (president) that enough can be borrowed that even our senior Senator Chucky and his mentor Barrack will not be able to spend it all meaninglessly!

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khulumzurug

Feb-28-13 5:52 AM

edwards just another corrupt idiot that has no guts to do the right thing. merely lining his pockets.

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Harold

Feb-28-13 6:29 AM

The people of Chautauqua County will have their say in November.

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CharlesK

Feb-28-13 6:55 AM

The entire budget of the County does not revolve around the County Home. Never has, never will.

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Yankees1

Feb-28-13 8:05 AM

I can see that privatizing the Dunkirk airport will go over about as well as privatizing the county home.

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mrinbetween

Feb-28-13 8:43 AM

Again, the convenience of a few is on the backs of the many. Sell the home, sell the airport.

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Tonyjames

Feb-28-13 5:03 PM

If the county can unload the Dunkirk airport .. do it .. last 7 days history there using the airport 2 actual flights not counting touch and goes .. this is a money pit and get rid of it ..

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ru4real

Mar-01-13 8:49 AM

Charles at 8 thousand dollars a day for county home and many other money pits these do nothing politicians support and won't get rid of is a great example why OUR TAXES are so high. Vote no say-er out!!

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CharlesK

Mar-03-13 9:57 AM

ru4real - you do realize that over 1/2 of your county tax bill is just for Medicaid, don't you? Get that monkey off our backs and you'll see some savings in your tax bill. Getting rid of, or keeping, the county home will have virtually no impact on your tax bill.

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Emelye

Mar-04-13 11:57 AM

Why is this issue always presented as an either/or proposition? The sale of the home was defeated. Let's work our way to a more profitable deal without selling the home! Surely this isn't impossible!

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