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Today's Lead: Cuomo Pushes Tax Break For NYC Renters

by Mike Muller, Dec 17, 2013
 

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Gov. Cuomo said yesterday that he would add a rebate for urban renters as part of his property tax credit plan, which was previously criticized as unfairly benefiting upstate and suburban constituents. The program would now direct at least $290 million to New York City households over three years, although details are still unclear. The administration is also unspecific about how the cuts will be paid for.

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The Safety Of Railroad Bridges Statewide
An audit by the state comptroller's office found that the Department Of Transportation's railroad bridge inspection program doesn't sufficiently monitor whether dozens of railroad companies comply with its inspection and reporting requirements for the almost 3,000 railroad bridges across the state they own or have maintenance responsibility for. (read the full report)

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