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Central New York Leaders React To News Of Oneida National Deal With New York State, Oneida And Madison Counties

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Local elected officials are reacting to the news of a tax collection agreement between the Oneida Indian Nation and New York State and Oneida and Madison Counties.

Click the audio files below to hear the full interviews with area elected officials on WIBX First News with Keeler in the Morning.

Assemblywoman Claudia Tenney – Tenney does not feel this agreement is in the best interest of central New York business owners, property owners and tax payers:

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Congressman Richard Hanna

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Oneida County Legislator Chad Davis

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Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente

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Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi

Is this a good deal?

”As an attorney I can tell you, you never get everything you want in a deal. That’s the nature of the beast and hopefully you work to a solution that everyone is happy with.”

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Senator Joseph Griffo

”I have always favored a negotiated agreement versus litigation. I believe this is a positive step.”

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