Most Active Stories
- In projects big and small, Watertown’s downtown reviving – but some say city government lacks vision
- BP killing Cape Vincent Wind Farm
- Geddes town supervisor talks SAFE Act with Cuomo
- Growing plants from seed ensures getting what you paid for
- Senator Kirsten Gillibrand proposes new military sexual assault bill
More News From WRVO
Kolb: Pleased with budget, and may try for property tax cap later in the year
By Dave Bullard/WRVO
WRVO – Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb (R-Canandaigua) says the new state budget is a good budget -- it cuts spending, covers a large deficit and does not raise taxes.
He says the budget left out some things Republicans wanted, especially a 2% cap on property tax increases for schools and local governments, but he says the Legislature can take up that issue later this year.
Here's his full, unedited interview with WRVO's Dave Bullard.