First up is taxes. Those in the CSD will see a decrease in their tax rates while those in the MVSD will see an increase. However your taxes may go up in both school districts. MVSD because of the increase in tax rates and assessed values and CSD because the increase in assessed value may cancel out the reduction in the tax rate.
Specific information for all properties will be available on line, at the assessors office and in the library beginning November 12th.
I have attached two files regarding taxes. One is the assessment report and the other describes tax rates. And I have attached a link to the city’s data base for assessed property values.
Shop Hopkinton's juried fine art and crafts fair featuring 35 local artisans!
Local Handmade Items
Special handcrafted items include holiday items, handbags, pottery, paintings, stained glass, folk art, beadwork, quilts, Shaker items, gifts for the home, wreaths & dried arrangements, dolls and children's toys, maple sugar products, hand blown & hand formed glass works, wooden items, jewelry, baskets, photography, hand woven, knitted & hand sewn clothing and women's accessories, felted items and much more.
CONCORD, NH — Come discover what makes Girl Scouts the leading expert on girls! Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains will host a free information night for girls and parents on Thursday, Nov. 21, from 6 to 7 p.m. at Penacook Elementary School, 60 Village St., Concord.
The VNA is doing a Flu Shot Clinic on Monday, October 28th from 12 to 2 PM at the Salisbury Town Hall, located on Route 4 at 645 Old Turnpike Road in Salisbury, NH.
Be a part of building the Concord-Lake Sunapee Rail Trail this Saturday October 19.
We will be cutting brush. Your volunteer time helps in two ways. First you help the trail get a necessary job done. Second, every hour you give helps us with our match requirement on a Recreational Trails Program grant we have from the NH Bureau of Trails. This has a huge impact. And we all have fun. Plus, we'll be buying pizza for the crew for lunch.
CONCORD, NH – Wicked fun abounds during Intown Concord’s Annual Halloween Howl on Friday, October 25th from 5:30pm-7:30pm in Downtown Concord! More than 75 retailers and businesses along Main Street and downtown side streets open their doors to Concord’s families for some trick or treating fun!
Prepare for an evening filled with fun, family-friendly activities including Trick-or-treating from 5:30pm to 7:30pm throughout the streets of downtown Concord and the Annual “Not-so-scary” costume dance party featuring Nazzy from JYY 105.5.
On Tuesday October 1st, the Penacook Village Association is hosting a forum on housing. Presenting will be representatives from CATCH, NH Housing Finance Authority and the city manager.
Everyone agrees that there is a demand for housing, not only in Concord but nationally. And I believe everyone agrees that it is becoming more difficult to find and develop affordable housing.
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