View Tax Hearing October 20

If you feel that the current property assessing and taxing practices in New Hampshire are often unfair and inequitable, then we invite you to join Frank Handibode of Hebron at an upcoming grievance hearing in the NH House of Representatives on October 20, 2011. Frank...

Please Sir, May I Have A Copy?

It’s officially “Right to Know Month” here in New Hampshire folks! Well, sort of. by Ed Naile, Chairman of CNHT The Neighborhood News Group still goes out and asks for public information just as a test. Recently they visited several municipalities hoping to get a look...

Property Evaluations (HB 249)

HB 249 requires that procedures for updating assessments in a property revaluation for property tax purposes shall not include statistical updates based on sales data, but shall be based on visual inspection and practice of measure and list. A hearing will be held on...

Appeal Property Assessment (HB 316)

NH law currently permits towns to get an administrative warrant to come in to your home as part of the property assessment procedure. If you fight the warrant the town does not have to consider any appeal you make to your assessment. Rep. Andy Manuse has proposed HB...

Hebron Resident: Property Appeals Process Unfair

New Hampshire Property Appeals Process Unfair by Frank M. Handibode, Hebron NH Hey, New Hampshire property owners, get a load of this. The Board of Taxation and Land Appeals (the BTLA) has ruled that if you appeal your assessments to them, it is perfectly okay for a...

They Call It “The Windsor Way”

by Ed Naile You mean Palm Beach Florida takes theft of municipal services seriously? Man, if you are a Windsor New Hampshire official you better steer clear of setting up shop down there when you retire. Here is the story from Florida Now look at the tiny blight on...