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Monthly Archives: November 2011
At the last Selectmen’s meeting, the chairman spent a lot of time explaining to us how people actually go to the Town Offices to pay bills, as if
What the heck is that and why do we need one? It started as two separate ideas:
I wasn’t able to get to the Selectmen’s meeting, so my reaction to their discussion of a potential Brewster Hall warrant article was delayed until I could see the streaming video on the town website. The Town Manager
Yesterday I submitted a Right to Know request for all documents related to Brewster Hall since my last request on October 24.
That’s about what we’ve used so far this season. Six years ago we were burning over 1,000 gal/season.
It’s customary to use the terms “voter” and “taxpayer” interchangeably, and in most towns that’s reasonably accurate. Not so in Wolfeboro,
Just to follow up on yesterday’s tax rate post, comparing the school rate to others in the GWSD.
The top story today is the 11.5% tax increase. It’s been pointed out that Wolfeboro’s tax rate is among the lowest, so I took a look
At the Selectmen’s working session, a citizen questioned whether the structural repairs to the roof were included in the estimate, and whether they were in the $4 million plan and the $6.8 million plans. The Town Manager said that they … Continue reading
That’s what he said. I asked him to check his numbers. Yes, that’s the estimate – 8,000 gallons of oil per year. It will require a two thousand gallon tank.