Photo credit: Xavier Mascareñas | Democrat Christopher Smith, right, greets State Sen. David Carlucci to his party at Kwan Thai Restaurant in Pearl River, before he announces his run for receiver of taxes in Orangetown. Smith said if elected he would eliminate the office at the end of his four-year term. (Jan. 5, 2013)
A Rockland County man announced his bid Saturday to run for the receiver of taxes position in Orangetown -- only to eliminate the office at the end of the four-year term if he is elected.
Christopher Smith, 33, a Democrat, said Saturday he would add a referendum to his ballot that would essentially terminate his own position -- as well as three other seasonal workers -- and potentially save...
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