Village of Flower Hill, NY
Nassau County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Flower Hill as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
[Adopted 12-3-2012 by L.L. No. 7-2012]

§ 8-1 Legislative intent.

The intent of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Flower Hill is to implement § 1402, Subdivision 3, of the Real Property Tax Law providing for the voluntary termination of the Village's status as an assessing unit, as provided in the Village Law and the Real Property Tax Law. It is also the intent of this article to abolish the position of Assessor (or Board of Assessors) and to terminate any and all responsibility as provided by law for the review of the assessments of real property located within the Village of Flower Hill.

§ 8-2 Cessation of assessing unit.

On or after the effective date of this article, the Village of Flower Hill shall cease to be an assessing unit.

§ 8-3 Abolishment of position of Assessor.

The position of Assessor in the Village of Flower Hill is hereby abolished.

§ 8-4 Abolishment of Board of Assessment Review.

The Board of Assessment Review in the Village of Flower Hill is hereby abolished.

§ 8-5 Levy of taxes on county assessment roll.

On or after me effective date of this article, taxes in the Village of Flower Hill shall be levied on a copy of the applicable part of the assessment roll of the County of Nassau with the taxable status date of such county controlling for Village purposes.

§ 8-6 Filing requirements.

Within five days of the effective date of this article, the Board of Trustees of the Village of Flower Hill shall file a copy of such article with the Clerk and Assessor (or Board of Assessors) of the County of Nassau and with the Office of Real Property Tax Services.

§ 8-7 When effective; referendum.

This article shall take effect immediately upon filing with the Secretary of State; provided, however, that such local law is subject to a permissive referendum, and the Village Clerk shall forthwith proceed to notice such fact and conduct such referendum if required by petition.[1]
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Editor's Note: No petition was filed requiring such referendum.