Bill S6377-2011

Authorizes the village of Airmont, town of Ramapo, county of Rockland, to file an exemption from real property taxes

Authorizes the village of Airmont, town of Ramapo, county of Rockland, to file an exemption from real property taxes.

Details

Actions

  • Jul 18, 2012: SIGNED CHAP.209
  • Jul 6, 2012: DELIVERED TO GOVERNOR
  • May 30, 2012: returned to senate
  • May 30, 2012: passed assembly
  • May 30, 2012: ordered to third reading cal.650
  • May 30, 2012: substituted for a9136
  • Mar 7, 2012: referred to ways and means
  • Mar 7, 2012: DELIVERED TO ASSEMBLY
  • Mar 7, 2012: PASSED SENATE
  • Mar 5, 2012: ADVANCED TO THIRD READING
  • Mar 1, 2012: 2ND REPORT CAL.
  • Feb 29, 2012: 1ST REPORT CAL.229
  • Feb 2, 2012: REFERRED TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Meetings

Calendars

Votes

VOTE: COMMITTEE VOTE: - Local Government - Feb 29, 2012
Ayes (7): Martins, Ball, Little, McDonald, Ritchie, Stewart-Cousins, Klein
Excused (1): Oppenheimer

Memo

BILL NUMBER:S6377

TITLE OF BILL: An act to authorize the village of Airmont, town of Ramapo, county of Rockland, to file an exemption from real property taxes

PURPOSE OR GENERAL IDEA OF BILL: The bill allows the village of Airmont to file an application for a real property tax exemption.

SUMMARY OF SPECIFIC PROVISIONS: Section 1. The bill authorizes the assessor of the town of Ramapo to accept from the Village of Airmont an application for exemption from real property taxes for the 2009 assessment roll.

JUSTIFICATION: The village would otherwise be entitled to such an exemption if the village had filed an application by the appropriate taxable status date.

PRIOR LEGISLATIVE HISTORY: New bill.

FISCAL IMPLICATIONS: None.

EFFECTIVE DATE: Effective immediately.


Text

STATE OF NEW YORK ________________________________________________________________________ 6377 IN SENATE February 2, 2012 ___________
Introduced by Sen. CARLUCCI -- read twice and ordered printed, and when printed to be committed to the Committee on Local Government AN ACT to authorize the village of Airmont, town of Ramapo, county of Rockland, to file an exemption from real property taxes THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, REPRESENTED IN SENATE AND ASSEM- BLY, DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law to the contrary, the assessor of the town of Ramapo, county of Rockland, is hereby authorized to accept from the village of Airmont an application for exemption from real property taxes pursuant to section 406 of the real property tax law for the 2009 assessment roll, for the parcel owned by such organization located at 22 Stillo Drive in the village of Airmont, within the town of Ramapo, county of Rockland, otherwise known as Rock- land county tax map, section 55.20, block 1, lot 29.21. If accepted, the application shall be reviewed as if it had been received on or before the taxable status date established for such roll. If satisfied that such village would otherwise be entitled to such exemption if such village had filed an application by the appropriate taxable status date, the assessor, upon approval by the town board, may make appropriate corrections to the subject roll. If such exemption is granted and such organization, therefore, shall have paid any tax with respect to the subject roll, the applicable governing body or tax department may, in its sole discretion, provide for the refund of those taxes paid and cancel those taxes, fines, penalties, liens, or interest remaining unpaid. S 2. This act shall take effect immediately.

Comments

Open Legislation comments facilitate discussion of New York State legislation. All comments are subject to moderation. Comments deemed off-topic, commercial, campaign-related, self-promotional; or that contain profanity or hate speech; or that link to sites outside of the nysenate.gov domain are not permitted, and will not be published. Comment moderation is generally performed Monday through Friday.

By contributing or voting you agree to the Terms of Participation and verify you are over 13.

Discuss!

blog comments powered by Disqus