As the rift between the town of Monroe and the Village of Kiryas Joel widens over the Hasidic community's bid to annex more land, critics are expressing concerns that a larger village could mean a bigger burden on Orange County taxpayers.

Among the chief concerns expressed by opponents to the village's expansion are the potential costs of social services and added stresses on local infrastructure.


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