NYRI claims project is tax-free, could receive federal rate incentives

NORWICH – Taxpayers won’t have to shell out a dime for the $1.6 billion New York Regional Interconnect power line, officials with the Albany-based company claim. In fact, www.evesun.com/topics/news/NYRI/">NYRI estimates that residents along nearly 200 mile route – including the 44 the line could run through in Chenango County – would receive a total of $30 million in real property taxes annually.




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