Albany powerbrokers continue to show their intention of imposing autocratic rule upon rural constituents with little resistance exerted to thwart the onslaught.

Buried within the spending plan for the next fiscal year offered Feb. 1 by Gov. Kathleen C. Hochul lies a provision that would alter the state’s Real Property Tax Law. The proposed change would eliminate the ability of municipalities to assess solar and wind projects at their full value.

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