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Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Supervisors ask JCIDA to revise policy to increase accountability

“We will take their concerns and incorporate them into the dialogue of the evaluation of the UTEP,” said JCLDC CEO Donald C. Alexander.


By MARCUS WOLF
WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2017  

WATERTOWN — A group of town supervisors asked the Jefferson County Industrial Development Agency to make business owners more accountable for their tax relief and to prevent tax abatement for renewable energy projects in its revised uniform tax exemption policy. Continue reading via this link to the Watertown Daily Times

1 comment:

Dave LaMora said...

I support the premise of their argument, but this group of town supervisors could do their cause a great service if they also petitioned the Assoc. of Towns to protest the pre-emption of local laws feature of ART 10, and force a repeal. If their local laws had autonomy they could zone out or prohibit industrial turbines, and make the PILOT issue a non-factor.