With the budget now complete, Senator Jim Alesi (R-C-I – Perinton) joins Governor Cuomo and his colleagues in the New York State Senate to pressure the Assembly to prioritize the passage of property-tax cap legislation. Earlier this year, Senator Alesi voted in favor of S.2706, which would place a cap on the growth of local government and school distri
The New York State Senate has completed passage of the 2011-12 state budget one day prior to the April 1st budget deadline. The budget, which has now received final approval by the Assembly, achieves the critically important goals of reducing state spending, not raising taxes and creating new private sector jobs.
To learn more about the State's new fiscally responsible budget plan, I encourage you to review the documents below.
Senator Jim Alesi (R-C-I – Perinton) today joined his colleagues in the New York State Senate to enact legislation (S.2706) that would place a cap on the growth of school property taxes at two percent (2%) or the Consumer Price Index (CPI), whichever is less. If passed by the Assembly, New York State will become the 44th state to cap local property taxes.
Senator Alesi, joined by colleagues in the Republican Majority and members of the business community, highlights key components of the Job Creation and Retention Package. The Senator's legislation (S.1891) passed with strong, bipartisan support.
ALBANY – As a true indication that job growth and economic development are his top priorities in New York State, Senator Alesi (R-C-I – Perinton), Chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Economic Development and Small Business, today passed the 2011 Job Creation and Retention Package, a comprehensive proposal to improve our state’s economic climate, strengthen our small businesses, and spur job growth in our communities.