Nashua pays Radisson nearly $1 million
The city recently lost its appeal to the New Hampshire Supreme Court, which affirmed a prior decision by Judge Jacalyn Colburn of the Hillsborough County Superior Court mandating that the city issue a tax refund to the landmark Radisson Hotel because of inflated assessments.
The City of Nashua and the owners of a retail shopping center at 151 Coliseum Ave., which houses Chunky’s Cinema, continue to dispute the value of an 8-acre parcel and 1972 building that was most recently assessed at about $7.7 million.
Although the city and Nashua Coliseum were able to reach a settlement for the 2011 tax abatement, they still have been unable to reach a settlement on a subsequent disagreement involving a 2012 tax assessment of $7,675,520, says court records.
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