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Unity voters face tax hike regardless of bond vote
The town is already facing a higher town tax because $301,000 from the Unreserved Fund Balance was used last year to offset the tax rate.
“Last year was an exceptional year. We could use the unreserved funds,” Gregory said.
“It’s back up to normal, the norm it would be. Last year was good, a good year for the taxpayers,” Gregory said.
“That’s a positive,” Gregory said.
Voters will be asked to approve the proposed $1,036,936 operating budget at Town Meeting on March 15 at Unity Town Hall.
“I think they are very concerned. I think they are very unhappy about how that school portion boiled down, the school not being completed,” Gregory said.
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