Pharsalia lawmaker bashes local program for contributing to state’s high taxes

NORWICH – A report delivered to supervisors Monday about Chenango County’s Serendipity Cafe erupted into a debate about whether the New York State-awarded program for mentally disabled individuals could be used as an example of why taxes are high and why upstate cannot retain college graduates.




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