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1981

STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF EXEMPT PROPERTY IN SENECA COUNTY

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* Clergy, County, Municipal Corp., Public Utilities, Business Investment.

1 Sampson State Park, Willard State Hospital, Seneca Army Depot

? Cayuga State Park

Not properly assessed.

3 Agriculture Land Exemption Totals $1,416,766.

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147,420

5,783,490

27,450

31,812,977

190,520

6,456,860 115,034

58,044,881

99,000

8,600,480 65,735 21,450,976

47.985

1,554,070 33,835 14,735,414

99,370

3,692,570 -0

23,523,561 4,203,865(1) 4,950 21,871,270

94.475

1,079,075

58,404,610(2)549,900 165,265,406

69,475

68,590

15,086,900 1,500 27,058,987
2,713,180 139,111 24,490,244
685,395 17,479,470 18.930 82,942,130

Total Town

2,581,305 123,975,495 956,445 471,195,846

Conservation estimate $50,000,000 (only absessed $5,000,000)

NOTE: Exempted property equale 28.91 of County value even with Item 1 and 2 taken into consideration.

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This figure does not include improvements which are owned by State and Federal

Government.

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

SENECA COUNTY

WATERLOO, N. Y., September 10, 1981

I hereby certify that the following is a copy of a resolution adopted by the Board of Supervisors ; that I have compared the same with said

on the 8th day of

September, 1981

original on file in my office and find it to be the same and the whole thereof.

SEND LETTER URGING SUPPORT OF D'AMATO LEE BILL

RESOLUTION NO. 208, moved by Mr. Zajac, seconded by Mr. Swanson and

adopted.

RESOLVED, that a letter be sent to Senator Moynihan urging his backing of the D'Amato-Lee Bill for ratification of all ancient Indian treaties.

ATTEST:

Sharon L. Secar.....

Clerk, Board of Supervisors, Seneca County

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
SENECA COUNTY

I hereby certify that the following is a copy of a resolution adopted by the Board of Supervisors on the 23rd day of ; that I have compared the same with said

February, 1982

original on file in my office and find it to be the same and the whole thereof.

SUPERVISORS

SUPPORT BILL TO END INDIAN LAND CLAIMS RESOLUTION NO. 47, moved by Mr. Zajac, seconded by Mr. Sessler and adopted.

WHEREAS, it has been the intent of the Seneca County Board of Supervisors to actively work to protect all landowners in the Indian Land Claim areas within our County, and

WHEREAS, securing the services of Hale & Dorr to represent all the people of Seneca County clearly shows the intent of the Board to secure experienced and professional representation, and

ATTEST:

WATERLOO, N. Y., February 24, 1982

WHEREAS, throughout the duration of this massive problem this Board has urged the Congress and the Senate to pass a ratification bill that would alleviate property title problems, and

WHEREAS, a bill known as the Ancient Indian Land Claims Settlement Act of 1982, HR 5494 and S2084, is currently being introduced in both houses by Congressman Gary Lee and Senator Alphonse D'Amato, therefore be it

RESOLVED, that the Seneca County Board of Supervisors goes on record as strongly supporting the passage of this bill to ensure for once and for all an end to filing of such claims in New York State. Inasmuch as this bill provides two modes of due process to the alleged tribes for monetary compensation, this Board endorses this legislation; and be it

FURTHER RESOLVED, that copies of this resolution be sent to

Clerk, Board of Supervisors, Seneca County

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

SENECA COUNTY

WATERLOO, N. Y.,

I hereby certify that the following is a copy of a resolution adopted by the Board of Supervisors on the ; that I have compared the same with said

day of

original on file in my office and find it to be the same and the whole thereof.

(2)

our attorneys, Representative Gary Lee, Senator Alphonse D'Amato, Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Secretary of the Interior James Watt, Senator Strom Thurmond, Representative Morris Udall, and President Ronald Reagan.

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