Ithaca May No Longer Be Happy with Cornell's Property Tax Exemptions

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Ithaca May No Longer Be Happy with Cornell's Property Tax Exemptions

Nov, 13th 2016

From Chautauqua to Clinton and points between, some of the largest and wealthiest property owners in New York state enjoy complete exemptions from property taxes.

They’re the state’s nonprofit colleges and universities, and nowhere is the question of their actual and potential economic impact to the surrounding community more stark than in Tompkins County. Since the 1990s, Cornell University and its surrounding municipalities, including the city of Ithaca, have disputed the proper level of tax and service support owed by the university.

Cornell “owns so much land in our community, if they paid taxes they would pay somewhere around $35 million a...

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