Development keeps town taxes down

NORWICH – Unlike many other towns in New York, it was announced at October’s monthly meeting that the Town of Norwich will again have no general tax. The town will see an overall increase of four percent but will also see a reduction in taxes for 2008.



General taxes are composed of the supervisor’s salary, the highway superintendent’s salary, the assessor’s, the attorney and other costs that the town is responsible to pay for each year. “These costs are covered by either sales tax or other additional income,” said Law.


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