Granite State News

Tuftonboro residents receive revaluation assessments

TUFTONBORO — With Tuftonboro's median ratio at 120 percent for tax year 2013, the Department of Revenue Administration recommended a revaluation of property. The revaluation is now complete and notices of preliminary assessment values went out on Aug. 15 to all property owners....more>

Selectmen vote to put Stonehenge Road acceptance on 2015 ballot

Town reaches agreement in principle with Wright-Pierce

WOLFEBORO — Following a public hearing, selectmen voted unanimously to conditionally lay out Stonehenge Road as a town road at their Aug. 20 meeting. The approval is contingent upon owners of lots on the private road accepting a 10-year Betterment Assessment to pay for the work...more>

Tuftonboro library building committee recommends architect and site for new library

The Tuftonboro Library Building Advisory Committee made two critical decisions last Monday evening, Aug. 25. It chose SMP Architecture of Concord to design a new library and agreed unanimously that it would be designed for the site across the street...more>

The ups and downs of life

Bette Frazier reaches all 4,000-foot summits in New England

WOLFEBORO — Since her retirement in 2006 after many years as the physical education teacher at Crescent Lake and Carpenter Schools in Wolfeboro, Bette Frazier's life has been full of ups and downs. Literally. Frazier has conquered all sorts of different goals in her pursuit of her love of hiking and recently finished off one more list as she continues to do what she loves to do....more>

Selectmen urge Wakefield residents to recycle to save on taxes

WAKEFIELD — At the Aug. 13 meeting of the Wakefield Board of Selectmen, Town Administrator Teresa Williams reviewed transfer station revenues and expenses with selectmen....more>

New home furnishing shop opens in Tuftonboro

TUFTONBORO — The Grand Opening of For Every Season is upon us. Today, Thursday, Aug. 21, at 10 a.m., the doors of Nancy Menefee's white barn at 15 Dame Road in Tuftonboro will open for the first time to shoppers....more>

Wakefield and Middleton selectmen meet on boundary dispute

WAKEFIELD — For six years now John Fournier has been trying to get the current boundary line between Wakefield and Middleton "corrected" so that his house will located in Middleton rather than Wakefield. He has met repeatedly with selectmen in both towns over the matter without success. ...more>
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