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Golisano says cost of removing geese from his property should come off his tax bill (access required)

Tom Golisano contends he deserves a reduction of his $140,000 tax bill because an overload of geese droppings continue to devalue his property on Canandaigua Lake. "It's two pounds a day per goose," Golisano said during his presentation before the five-member Town of South Bristol Board of Assessment Review. "Now multiply that by 100 or 200 ...

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