6 February Reminder of Senior Citizen Tax Exemption RP467 February 6, 2024 By Danyelle Barrett General 0 Senior Citizen Tax Exemption RP467 Property owners 65 years of age or older may be eligible for a senior citizen tax exemption on their primary residence. Property must be owner-occupied for the last 12 consecutive months. Owner of the property must be 65 years of age or older except where owners are married or sibling, only 1 person needs to be 65 years of age. Combined 2022 gross income of all owners and / or spouses must be less than $37,399. Senior citizens must apply by March 1st. Contact the Assessor’s office for additional information. Phone 845-534-7290 Related Articles NY Forward - Call for Projects Reminder! Submit by July 21st NY Forward - Call for Projects Reminder! Submit by July 21st Virtual Office Hours on Tuesday, June 27 4-6 PM No Senior Bus Service 9-11-23 to 9-20-23 There will be no Senior Bus Service from Monday 9-11-23 to Wednesday 9-20-23. Service will resume Thursday 9-21-23. Public Workshop - Climate Trends, Risks, Extreme Events, & Planning for Adaptation - 1/31/24 Dr. Radley Horton, a climate professor at Columbia University’s Climate School, will be the keynote speaker at an educational presentation about the science of climate change, including emerging findings about recent trends and priorities for adaptation to more extreme rain events and longer and more intense heat waves. This program will be held at Munger Cottage Senior Center in in Cornwall, NY on Wednesday, January 31 at 7:00 pm. This talk is free and open to the public, and it will include time for questions and discussion. This program is sponsored by the Consortium for Climate Risk in the Urban Northeast (CCRUN), which is supported by the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Adaptation Partnerships program. Dr. Horton is the Lead Principal Investigator for CCRUN, which is focused on the corridor running from Philadelphia to New York City and up to Boston. CCRUN’s network of scientists conducts stakeholder-driven research to support assessing and managing risks from climate variability and change, and advance opportunities for adaptation in the urban Northeast. Dr. Radley Horton will be speaking on Wednesday, January 31, 2024, at Munger Cottage Senior Center, 40 Munger Drive, Cornwall NY 12518. For more information, contact Simon Gruber, the local coordinator for this program, at [email protected] Comments are closed.