Tax cuts form centerpiece of Yonkers stimulus package

Prenon, Mary T.
November 1996
Westchester County Business Journal;11/4/96, Vol. 35 Issue 45, p3
Highlights Yonkers City Councilman Fernando Fuentes' proposed economic stimulus package that would reduce sales taxes and eliminate the city's income tax surcharge. Yonkers Chamber of Commerce's support for Fuentes' package; Remarks of Chamber president Thomas Caramadre regarding the proposal; Highlights of the package.


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