Mayor Quill Says Tax Break for Cold War Veterans Was a Long Time Coming

In the first City Council meeting of this year, the council voted unanimously in favor of a property tax break for veterans in Auburn of the Cold War. Mayor Michael Quill says it was a long time coming.


The mayor telling Joe Salzone on Monday's Finger Lakes Morning News that Cold War veterans have been neglected for too long.



This bill will affect roughly 100 Cold War veterans in Auburn. Listen to Mayor Quilll's interview with Joe Salzone right here.

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