A Piercing Question: Did Southampton Village Exceed The Tax Cap Under Prior Administrations? - 27 East

A Piercing Question: Did Southampton Village Exceed The Tax Cap Under Prior Administrations?

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A tax cap chart presented at the April 26 Southampton Village work session presented numbers that village officials later acknowledged were inaccurate.

A tax cap chart presented at the April 26 Southampton Village work session presented numbers that village officials later acknowledged were inaccurate.

Southampton Village Deputy Mayor Gina Arresta

Southampton Village Deputy Mayor Gina Arresta

Brendan J. O’Reilly & Cailin Riley on May 5, 2022
At a Southampton Village Board work session last week, Deputy Mayor Gina Arresta made a presentation that she said showed that, under the two previous administrations, the village had pierced... more

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