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Skeptical about campus tax-free plan

June 3, 2013
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Jun-03-13 1:59 PM

Your editorial says any business. I don't know if that is right or not. I have heard it will apply to select business types. Regardless, I think it is a bad idea. What is he going to do for communities that don't have SUNY colleges? They need help too. What about existing businesses struggling to stay in business? What about breaks for them? What about reducing outdated, ineffective, redundant and/or excessive rules and regulations for current businesses? This governor is going to go down worse than his old man, and Mario was one of the worst ever.

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Jun-03-13 5:55 PM

The Governor is doing doing nothing but trying to improve his chances for a Presidential run in '16 or '20. He should be impeached for throwing us (the common taxpayer) under the bus.

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Jun-04-13 5:43 PM

As far as I am concerned, Cuomo's plan is just plain crazy. It unfairly discriminates against existing businesses and property owners, eroding the value of their investments in the community.

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Jun-04-13 10:58 PM

Please get the Google maps off every frickin' story or article you run!!! It's annoying!!!!!!!!!! Please run some sort of investigative reporting on the local non-profits (ARC/Northstar/Citizen Advocate/North Country Living/Hot House/Independent Living etc...) and make public the administrative salaries and %%%% of what goes to direct services!!!!!!! PLEASE DO THIS!!!!!!!!!

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Jun-04-13 11:04 PM

And Tupper Laker's take note: the revised School Budget is now under the Cap! Congrats! BUT, there is still no concession from teachers for more contribution toward benefits and worst yet.......NO Admininstrative CUT's!!!!!! VOTE NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Jun-05-13 10:30 AM

If the governor really wanted to do something, he could work on reforming the Scaffold Law. This costs New York municipalities and businesses millions of dollars a year. It is boon to trial lawyers but a bust for the rest of us.

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