Nyack Adopts 2013-14 Budget with 1.94% Tax Increase

The Village of Nyack adopted a $5.52 million budget for 2013-14 with a 1.94 property tax increase.

The Nyack Board of Trustees voted 4-0 to adopt a $5.52 million budget for 2013-14 with a 1.94% property tax increase Thursday night. 

Trustee Marie Lorenzini was absent due to illness, but had been a part of the meetings leading up to Thursday's vote.

The board also adopted the water department budget for the fiscal year, which runs from June 1, 2013 to May 31, 2014. Before the votes, the board continued the public budget hearing that carried over from last week, but there was little comment on the budget either day.

The board made only minimal changes from the tentative budget Village Administrator James Politi submitted March 19, with the total dollar amount and tax increase staying the same. That proposal is available on the village website here. Politi said the final budget, including changes in some line items, should be up on the website some time Friday.

The budget has no major cuts and has capital improvements including computer upgrades and an emergency generator for Village Hall. 

willie 6 April 19, 2013 at 10:24 PM
Hat's Off to the Village Board. Under 2%.
elizabeth April 20, 2013 at 10:48 AM
Thank you for staying under the tax cap! Your example should be followed by the schools, towns, and county!


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