New York Gov. David Paterson and Nassau County Executive Thomas Suozzi last week announced that six public hearings on property taxes would be held across the state.

Paterson has pushed for the state Legislature to adopt a school property tax cap but so far only the Senate has passed the measure. The Assembly adopted a separate measure called a “circuit-breaker” that would reduce property taxes on homeowners whose income fell below certain levels.

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