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St. Johnsbury taxpayers have been looking at the possibility of a 17 percent increase in their property taxes next year.

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DERBY — Town and school officials will present budgets at town meeting that would mean a reduction in the municipal tax rate and a small increase in the homestead education tax rate.

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DANVILLE — Add another successful tentative FY22 budget to Caledonia Central Supervisory Union’s (CCSU’s) portfolio of schools: the Danville School Board signed off on $6,346,091 in budgeted expenditures on Tuesday night.

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NEWPORT CITY — A group of interested citizens including Mayor Paul Monette started meeting Wednesday about the future of the old grandstand in Gardner Park.

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The White Mountains Regional School District SAU 36 will hold its 2021-22 budget hearing in the high school auditorium (with a live stream broadcast available) at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.

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The Kingdom East School Board met Thursday night to consider a draft budget that many members fear will be a tough sell to residents in what they expect will be a challenging year.

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NEWPORT CITY — School districts that conducted their annual meetings in the old-fashioned way will be electing school board members and other officials by Australian ballot this year in the North Country Supervisory Union.

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PEACHAM — The Peacham School Board unanimously passed their proposed budget for next school year on Monday evening.

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The Kingdom East School Board will meet tonight to review a draft budget for next year that tops $35 million and could result in various tax rate increases across 7 of the 8 towns in the district.

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LITTLETON — As the 2021 budget and warrant are being finessed, the town of Littleton just got a post-Christmas present - a drop in the tax rate for its proposed 2021 municipal budget.

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Today marks the first day of the 2021 N.H. legislative session, but local legislators have been busy preparing for weeks.

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BARTON — School budgets in the Orleans Central Supervisory Union are showing small increases this year that are driven mostly by increases in health insurance premiums.

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Two groups are looking to reduce the fees that inmates in New Hampshire’s county jails are paying to make telephone costs, arguing that some costs are too high and counties should not be allowed to pocket the money.

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NEWPORT CITY — School boards across the North Country Supervisory Union will be considering a union contract approved by both the union and the supervisory union board in late 2020.

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LITTLETON — After a challenging year, the town is proposing a 2021 operating budget that municipal officials said is as tight as they can get it without adversely impacting services and Littleton’s future growth.

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LYNDONVILLE — An increase in high school students — including 12 students who have moved into the towns belonging to the Kingdom East School District (KESD) from out-of-state during the pandemic — is one of the driving forces behind the budget increase being reviewed for the proposed $37.3 million school budget, which will be reduced before going to voters at Town Meeting in March.

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LITTLETON — With not much room in a tight budget to pay bills, Littleton will take out a Tax Anticipation Note of up to $4 million but hopes to reduce in the future the number of TANs, and the several thousand dollars in interest they cost, by building up the town’s unreserved fund balance.

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