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Thanks-—my DIL was from the Rochester area and we have always loved Upstate NY-——I wasn’t aware of the property tax problem.
I guess the Manhattan Institute has dibs on the fact that taxes in NYC are about to go up markedly.
There’s a reason why NYS has lost almost half its House seats in 60 years. The uniparty is running this state into the ground.
Sad-——it’s a beautiful state.
We had many pleasant days in the Adirondacks——gorgeous.
It still is a gorgeous state. And there’s a lot to love here in addition to the geography. I’ve been in/to/through 44 of the 48 contiguous, and I still love Upstate best. But we won’t be staying.
That is positively “Detroitish”-———hope things improve.
I have only been to Rochester once,back in 1957,when I visited a cousin attending Nazareth College-—it was booming then.
“But we wont be staying.”
Sad,but you have to do what you think is best.
Well, we can either stay and pay good money so public employees and welfare recipients can retire early and/or live well off taxation on our hard work. Or we can move somewhere else and live well on our nickel. We’re choosing the latter.
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