CPF Revenues For 2013 Nearly Breaks Record - 27 East

CPF Revenues For 2013 Nearly Breaks Record

author on Jan 27, 2014
Peconic Bay Community Preservation Fund revenues for 2013 were $95.43 million—the second-highest total in the fund’s 15-year history. The 2-percent tax on most real estate transactions, which is used primarily... more

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