Finch Paper seeks local tax breaks for new landfill at New York mill

By Fri, Jul 19, 2013

NORTHUMBERLAND, NY, July 19, 2013 (Saratogian ) -Finch Paper, the new owners of the former Saratoga County landfill, hopes to get significant tax breaks for the next five years to get the business rolling.

Recently, the Saratoga County Board of Supervisors approved the sale of the vacant landfill to Finch Paper. The company plans to consolidate the new facility with an adjacent, existing landfill it has used for the past 15 years to dispose of paper sludge from its Glens Falls mill.

This week, Finch Paper submitted an application to the Saratoga County Industrial Development Agency, requesting a variety of sales and mortgage tax exemptions for its first five years in business.

Saratogian - Finch Paper vying for Saratoga County tax breaks on Northumberland landfill

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