Londonderry announces slight increase in tax bills
LONDONDERRY — Residents receiving their tax bills in the coming weeks will notice a 16 cent per thousand dollar increase in the town's tax rate.
On Friday, town officials announced the 2012 tax rates.
This year's town tax rate is set at $4.85, compared to last year's $4.74. The local school tax rate, at $12.44, is one cent lower than last year's.
The state school tax rate is set at $2.30, up 10 cents from last year.
Country taxes are 91 cents per thousand: down four cents from last year.
Combined, Londonderry residents will pay $20.50 per thousand on their tax bills this year, compared to $20.34 last year.
Town Clerk Meg Seymour said all tax bills are due Dec. 3.
— April Guilmet, Union Leader Correspondent
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