NEW HAMPTON — The New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration has set the town's 2014 property tax rate at $17.62 per $1,000 of assessed value, $1.55, or 8 percent, less than the rate of $19.17 in 2013.
The total assessed valuation rose $6,046,081 or 2 percent, from $297,682,371 to $303,728,452, and the amount to be raised by property taxes decreased by $354,171, or 6.4 percent, from $5,573,811 to $5,219,640.
The town portion of the property tax rate increased from $6.29 to $6.34 while the school portion fell from $8.70 to $7.49, the state education tax from $2.82 to $2.49 and the county tax from $1.36 to $1.30.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 November 2014 02:38
GILFORD — The state Department of Revenue Administration has set the town's 2014 property tax rate at $18.30 per $1,000 of assessed value, an increase of 14 cents, or 0.7 percent, over the 2013 rate of $18.16.
The total assessed valuation rose $36,163,744, or 2.4 percent, from $1,535,175,840 to $1,571,339,584, and the amount to be raised by property taxes increased by $925,147, or 3.3 percent, from $27,624,686 to $28,549,833.
The town portion of the property tax rate dropped from $5.25 to $4.96, the state education tax from $2.59 to $2.53, and the county tax from $1.47 to $1.46. The local school tax was the only portion which went up. It rose from $8.85 to $9.35.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 November 2014 02:19
MEREDITH — The town's 2014 property tax rate has been set at $14.83 per $1,000 of assessed value, an increase of 42 cents, or 2.9-percent, over the 2013 rate of $14.41, according to figures from state Department of Revenue Administration.
The total assessed valuation increased by $4,477,709, 0.25 percent, from $1,741,033,913 to $1,745,511,622 and the amount to be raised by property taxes increased by $801,650, or 3.2 percent, from $24,845,120 to $25,646,770.
The town portion of the property tax rate rose from $4.55 to $4.77, the school portion from $5.76 to $6, and the state education tax from $2.59 to $2.65, while the county tax dropped from $1.51 to $1.41.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 November 2014 02:31
LACONIA — Police have distributed a more recent photograph of Shawn Cochrane, 44, who has been using checks drawn on closed or otherwise invalid bank accounts to make purchases throughout the state and is wanted by police in a number of cities and towns, including Laconia.
Detective Kevin Butler said yesterday that since Laconia Police warned retail merchants against Cochrane on Thursday, he has received reports from victims of his fraudulent activity from Moultonborough, Belmont and Gilford in the Lakes Region as well as from Manchester, Goffstown Rochester, Portsmouth and Brentwood.
Police first reported that Cochrane was writing checks on a closed account with TD Bank, but have since learned that he is drawing on an invalid account with Northeast Credit Union. On November 5 he registered a 2014 silver Nissan bearing New Hampshire plate 3650435 and is accompanied by a man and woman, neither of whom have been identified.
Cochrane has an extensive criminal history, which includes numerous thefts and frauds. Police warn local businesses not to sell or buy from Cochrane and to notify the police of any transactions that appear to be fraudulent. Anyone who may know of Cochrane's whereabouts should not approach him, but instead should notify their local police department.
Last Updated on Saturday, 15 November 2014 12:50
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