As I did for last year, i.e., 2015 – 2016, I am going to do just this ONE post and update it as more and more towns report.
So ideally anybody and everybody looking for 2016 – 2017 New Hampshire property tax information will always end up at this post. OK? Clear? Thanks.
As of December 12, 2016, 225 towns had published their 2016 – 2017 Property Tax Rates. (As always I have excluded the (exotic) N.H. Townships, Grants, Locations and Purchases that had $0.00 tax rate for the year. Wikipedia has a list of all these N.H. ‘exotics’. The other, non-zero exotics have a grey background and a (U) notation.)
This 225 list (marked ‘Final’ by the State) constitutes our ‘full house’.
PLEASE note that these property tax rates in isolation are MEANINGLESS unless you also factor in the relative property values of the towns. Please read this post. Click image on right to ENLARGE.
All the data used from the NH Department of Revenue Administration Tax ‘page’.
For 2015 – 2016 they have a new Website. The data provided and the format is a bit different.
They have included a ‘dashboard’ to try and make it easier IF you understand their lingo.
2016 – 2017 New Hampshire Property Tax Rates
December 12, 2016.
225 Towns Reporting.
[Towns in ‘grey’ rows are non-zero ‘exotics’ — possibly uninhabited.]
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The 3D was muted. Nothing dramatic for the sake of showcasing the 3D. But the 3D adds to the presence and texture of the characters. The bulging of Dory’s eyes would not be the same outside of 3D.
Not sure whether it was as good as “Finding Nemo” — but “Nemo”, 13 year ago, was groundbreaking on so many fronts. In the intervening years we have become attuned to the technological and storytelling magic. That it is essentially a sequel to “Nemo” is neat.
“Piper” the de rigueur 6 minute PIXAR ‘technology preview’ short that accompanies “Dory” is also incredibly cute. As always stunningly showcases PIXAR’s technological mastery.
Full Disclosure: I am a Disney shareholder and owned PIXAR for a very long time before it was acquired by Disney.
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Just to be fair (as I am wont to be), this promotion, from what I can see, started in May 2016 prior to the Orlando shooting. But they are continuing with it despite ‘Pulse’. So flags are flying in N.H. at half-staff for Orlando while travesty continues.
I refer to this as the “Trump Effect“. We will see more of this. A shame.
The only consolation to us is that this is Rochester (which happens to be the nearest ‘BIG Town’ to us). Rochester! Yes, this is what you can expect in Rochester.
Perfectly legal. Pity that there are no laws against poor taste.
Ah, dear! “Only In New Hampshire“. Trump
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Teischan (9) loved the first ‘Hotel Transylvania‘. She had been asking for a while whether we could go and see the second one. Yesterday I was able to fulfill her wish. We saw it at the ‘Regal Concord 10’ in Concord, N.H.
It was good. Very good — but I knew it would be. Uncomplicated, unadulterated entertainment — which is what these movies are supposed to be.
The quality and rendering, though very good, was not as good as Disney/Pixar (and as a Disney (and Pixar) shareholder I have to say that) and the dialogue lacked the inevitable Disney adult innuendo. But it was fast paced, amusing and cute. Kids loved it and to me that is all that matters.
It was not in 3D. We made the 4pm show, which is, in theory, a matinee. But it still cost, just for the 3 tickets, close to $32. That can get expensive.
But definitely all thumbs up. Go take the kids. They will love it.
Reminded me of “Grand Budapest Hotel”.
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Here are the ‘2015’, i.e., for 2015 – 2016 rates for Alton, N.H.
Alton ‘2015’ published (as of 11/02) at the
NH Department of Revenue Administration Tax ‘page’.
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2015 – 2016 New Hampshire Property Tax season is underway — with tax bills being sent out in December 2015.
So far only 76 towns (31% of the 229 ‘Full House’) have reported. That is down from this time last year. But there will be a flurry of filings in the next 2 weeks.
On average, across, all 76 towns the difference between last year and this year is 2.36%.
But, that is the average and averages don’t tell the full story. There are a few significant hikes, e.g., Jaffery with 11.35%. But rates in Windam went down 10.5%.
Check the data at this MASTER post for 2015 – 2016. OK?
Towns such as Alton, Wolfeboro, Gilford, Meredith have yet to report.