http://www.education.nh.gov/data/documents/ad_ed_aid_fy2015.pdf). Put differently, our tax rate would be $1.40 (per assessed $1000) LOWER if we received the amount that the State calculates that we should receive (but does not pay). For someone with a home assessed at $350,000, this would be a savings of $490.This year, the Windham School District will receive $2,890,235.77 LESS in State adequacy funds than it should be receiving (source:
The taxpayers of Windham shouldn't be required to make up a 2.9 million dollar difference when municipalities with decreasing enrollments are receiving more funds than they should. Sign my petition http://www.change.org/petitions/nh-state-legislature-lower-taxes-by-restoring-full-adequacy-funding-to-windham and demand that the NH State Legislature fund Windham at the level required by the State adequacy formula.
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