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The developer that wants to build a huge warehouse in the Town of Clay passed a couple of hurdles to help the project move forward – largely based on the possibility of up to 1000 new jobs.  The Onondaga County Industrial Development Authority – or OCIDA – approved tax breaks that total around $65  million  over 15 years. 

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Onondaga County is trying to seal the deal with a real estate firm on a massive $280 million warehouse proposal in the town of Clay that could employ up to one thousand people.  The 3.7 million square foot facility would be on the site of what’s now the Liverpool Country Club on Morgan Road. 

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County auditors conducting a recent review of Onondaga County’s Economic Development Office were denied access to PILOT agreements, an important source of revenue.  The Payments in Lieu of Taxes are one of the most common incentives requested by…and granted to developers to defray property taxes on projects large and small.  You might recall Destiny USA’s controversial 30-year deal. 

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Onondaga County has run out of patience with the owners of the mostly empty Shoppingtown Mall.

“This situation is at a crisis point where a landlord can go four years without paying any taxes, collecting rents, not reinvesting back into the property as tenant after tenant leaves, and still be part of this community.”

City Sues Inner Harbor Developer Over Broken Agreement

Dec 15, 2015
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 The City of Syracuse has filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the company set to develop the inner-harbor. 

COR Development Company struck a deal Tuesday with the approval of the Onondaga County Industrial Development Agency (OCIDA).