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Genesee County taxpayers give up $6,875 in revenue to help reopen a boarded-up city pizzeria.
The Genesee County Economic Development Center extended amortgage tax exemption to BP Properties of Rochester.
The company is reported to be working with a member of the Pontillo family to re-open the pizza shop at Main and Harvester Sts. that bear’s the family name. Pontillo’s has been closed for over a year.
According to the Economic Development Center, Sam Pontillo, a son of the original owners, is involved in the potential re-opening of the restaurant. Pontillo and BP are reported to be working on a a means to refinace over $500,000 of debt owned by the restaurant.

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# dave kurch
Friday, March 05, 2010 9:35 PM
hope my cousin sam succedes in reopening..my uncle sam wil be very happy...god rest his soul
# Lee Lattime
Saturday, March 06, 2010 9:57 AM
I could use a $7,000 tax break, too.

The rich get richer, and the poor get shat upon.
# DAR
Tuesday, March 09, 2010 1:07 PM
im sure it has not been that easy for this family and their loss, i wish them much success, they worked for it! and everyone deserves a break now and then! come on now they arent that rich! lving in batavia and having a pizzaria doesnt make millions! i love the pizza and wish them all well!......and i miss SAM he was a very nice man RIP.................

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