Nashua may appeal $800,000 tax abatement to Supreme Court, says mayor
NASHUA – On Monday, Hillsborough County Superior Court dismissed the city’s motion to reconsider the decision in favor of Radisson owner AFP 105 Corp., saying the city had assessed the hotel at nearly 46 percent more than its value, Judge Jacalyn Colburn ruled. So far, the city’s spent about $16,000 on legal fees for the Radisson abatement case, Lozeau said.
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