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In Holland: School budget is down, tax rate is up

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copyright the Chronicle February 24, 2016 by Joseph Gresser HOLLAND — The Holland School Board has crafted a budget for the town’s elementary school that reduces spending by nearly $80,000 compared to last year. Working with a very sharp pencil, they reduced t... More »

In NCSU: Most towns can expect to see lower tax rate

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copyright the Chroniocle January 20, 2016 by Joseph Gresser DERBY – The board of North Country Union High School and the North Country Career Center have something of a late Christmas gift for area voters – a budget that is 2.34 percent lower than that approve... More »

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Plans for local dispatch center slow down

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  copyright the Chronicle July 1, 2015 by Joseph Gresser NEWPORT — Select boards and side judges encouraged the Orleans County Sheriff’s Department to keep planning for a local dispatch center, but suggested that a timetable calling for opening by the end of t... More »

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Barrup protests $400,000 sales tax bill

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copyright the Chronicle October 15, 2014 by Joseph Gresser DERBY — Rod Barrup is not happy with the government of what he calls “the first communist state in the U.S.” In particular he is angry about a $400,000 bill from the Vermont Department of Taxes. Mr. Ba... More »

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Taxpayers angered by big tax jumps

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copyright the Chronicle September 10, 2014 by Tena Starr WESTFIELD — Since property tax bills here went out recently, town officials have heard a lot of griping — and confusion. Why did the residential property tax rate go up 24 percent when the Jay-Westfield ... More »

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Spates Block sale spurs Newport City reappraisal

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copyright the Chronicle January 8, 2014 by Joseph Gresser NEWPORT — The $2.85-million sale of the Spates Block will change the face of downtown Newport.  It will also require the city to revalue all property on its Grand List. According to a memo from City Ass... More »