Village of Springville, NY
Erie County
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[Adopted at time of adoption of Code[1]]
Editor's Note: See Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I.
The Village Assessors shall have the power and be charged with the duty to carry out the purpose and intent of Article 4-A of the Commerce Law,[1] § 485 of the Real Property Tax Law,[2] and the other applicable laws of the State of New York, to grant to business facility owners or operators exemption from taxes and special ad valorem levies to the extent provided therein.
Editor's Note: The Commerce Law is now known as the "Economic Development Law." Article 4-A was repealed by L. 1983, c. 15, § 57, effective 4-1-1983.
Editor's Note: This section was repealed by L. 1988, c. 165, § 5, effective 6-27-1988. See now Real Property Tax Law § 485-b.
The Village Assessors shall determine the assessed value of the exemption pursuant to such state laws and shall grant as an exemption 100% thereof, for a maximum of 10 years for each eligible business facility.