Greenburgh taxpayers could get $2 million windfall

Taxpayers in the town of Greenburgh could soon receive a nearly $2 million payday.

Last week's State Supreme Court ruling in favor of the town's residents overturns a contract between the town and the Valhalla School District.

Under the agreement, the school district was to be paid $6.5 million annually from rent collected from a local homeless shelter.

But the district sued when the contract was ruled illegal by state investigators.

The Valhalla School District now has 30 days to appeal the Supreme Court's decision.

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