Leader-June 2017

 

 

NCVOA June 2017

GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING

Thursday, June 29,2017-6:30PM

Westbury Manor

Westbury, NY

 

NCVOA

" ELECTION AND INSTALLATION

OF OFFICERS"

 

The Thursday, June 29 General Membership meeting is our final meeting before we break for the summer. This always is a special occasion as we elect and install our new slate of officers for 2016-2017.

 

Guest Speaker

Hon. Thomas DiNapoli

New York State Comtroller

 

Please make a note of the change in our typical meeting day from Tuesday to Thursday. We look forward to seeing you to support our new officers!

 

Thomas P. DiNapoli is the 54th Comptroller of the State of New York who’s known for his integrity, independence and steadfast leadership.

Since taking office in 2007, Tom DiNapoli has aggressively fought misuse of public resources, strengthened one of the nation’s top public pension funds, and consistently spoken out against fiscal gimmicks, imprudent actions and government inefficiency.

His life of public service started when he was elected as a trustee of the Mineola Board of Education, becoming the first 18-year-old in New York State to hold public office. He’s been making government more accountable and transparent to the people for more than 35 years.


 

Your Village May Be Entitled to Additional Revenue!

Gross Receipts and Franchise Fee Audits Uncover Monies Owed to Villages

Does your village collect utility gross receipts taxes from utilities and franchise fees?  If so, you may be owed thousands of dollars.

The NCVOA has entered into a referral agreement with Municipal Audit Services, LLC (Muni) referring and encouraging villages to avail themselves of Muni services.

Muni is a consulting company specializing in tax compliance and recovery of tax revenues from telecommunication service providers and utility companies in the form of gross receipts taxes and franchise fees paid by cable companies to municipalities in New York State.

To date, Muni has provided audit services to 36 member villages and has recouped over $650,000 for NCVOA villages.  In addition to benefits realized by villages, the NCVOA also receives 5% referral fee from Muni.  

The following villages have benefitted from Muni services:

Bellerose

$2,000

Mineola

$44,000

Brookville

$6,000

Old Brookville

$5,000

East Williston

$7,000

Plandome

$4,000

Farmingdale

$34,000

Port Washington North

$7,000

Flower Hill

$8,000

Rockville Centre

$45,000

Great Neck

$15,000

Roslyn

$7,000

Great Neck Estate

$6,000

Roslyn Harbor

$2,000

Great Neck Plaza

$51,000

Saddle Rock

$3,000

Hempstead

$152,000

Sands Point

$11,000

Kensington

$6,000

Sea Cliff

$4,000

Lake Success

$19,000

South Floral Park

$1,500

Lattington

$10,000

Stewart Manor

$2,500

Laural Hollow

$2,000

Thomaston

$11,000

Lynbrook

43,000

Valley Stream

$70,000

Malverne

$7,000

Westbury

$19,000

Manorhaven

$15,000

Williston Park

$11,000

Massapequa Park

$23,000