An agreement that would significantly increase payments by the developers was touted last week by the county executive following a study by a third-party that found the project could afford to pay more than the terms that had been discussed since it was proposed. Kingston’s mayor, already on the record supporting the original tax agreement, isn’t so sure . . .
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