Voters in every Lower Hudson Valley community, except one, approved their school district’s budget last week even as residents wrestle with some of the highest property taxes in the nation.
East Ramapo voters defeated their district’s budget. By comparison, residents in Pocantico Hills approved a budget that exceeded the state’s property tax cap limit of 2 percent.
All of this leads us to ask who do you think is to blame for the region’s high property taxes? Take our poll below: