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employment but shall not include the federal foster grandparent program, and any such income shall be offset by all medical and prescription drug expenses actually paid which were not reimbursed or paid for by insurance.

ARTICLE IV, Persons with Disabilities and Limited Income Exemption

§ 186-23. Property exempt from taxation.

  • A.

    Pursuant to the authority granted by § 459-c of the Real Property Tax Law, real property in the Town of Perinton owned by one or more persons with disabilities or real property owned by a husband, wife, or both, or by siblings, at least one of whom has a disability, and whose income or the combined income of the owners, as defined by § 459-c of the Real Property Tax Law, is limited by reason of such disability, shall be exempt from taxation by the Town of Perinton to the maximum extent allowed by § 459-c of the Real Property Tax Law.

  • B.

    [Amended 12-22-1999 by L.L. No. 4-1999] No exemption shall be granted if the income of the owner or the combined income of the owners of the property, for the income tax year immediately preceding the date of making application for exemption, exceeds the maximum income level (MIL) of $26,000, thence in $1,000 increments annually through 2010, except that, if the aforesaid income is more than the MIL, then such real property shall be exempt to the extent provided in the following schedule:

Sliding scale for Exemptions Less than $26,000 $26,000 to $26,999.99 $27,000 to $27,999.99 $28,000 to $28,999.99 $29,000 to $29,999.99 $29,900 to $30,799.99 $30,800 to $31,699.99 $31,700 to $32,599.99 $32,600 to $33,499.99 $33,500 to $34,400.00 thence in $1,000 increments annually through 2010.

Exemption Percentage 50% 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5%

Ayes: Smith, Glossner, Saum, LaFay Nays: None Unanimously approved

Supervisor Smith said that bids for construction of a boat dock at Kreag Road Park were opened on December 27, 2006. Seven bids were received. The low base bid, in the amount of $59,850, was received from Wind-Sun Construction.

Town of Perinton consultant Peter Trowbridge of Trowbridge and Wolf, Landscape Architects, has contacted references for Wind-Sun Construction. Based on responses from those references he has recommended the bid be awarded to Wind-Sun Construction.

In a memo dated January 4, 2007, Commissioner of Recreation and Parks James Donahue has requested that the Town Board award the bid for construction of the boat dock at Kreag Road Park to Wind-Sun Construction. He further requests that the Board award both the base bid and the two alternatives. The base bid, $59,850, is for construction of a 60' boat dock. Alternate #1, for $8,000, provides additional service for repairing the rip rap stone in and around the dock supports. Alternate #2, for $3,000, is for the use of recycled materials instead of wood, which will result in less maintenance. The total cost for the base bid and two alternates is $70,850.

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