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  • Anonymous

    The house next to the Town office is a dump.  $160,000 is way too high.  No one is going to buy it for that price except for the Town.  In another story, voters should be looking at the assessed value of each councilor’s house.  The tax assessed value of each house, as noted on the Town website, appears significantly below market value.  For example – Donna Pulver’s 2 story house has a tax assessed value of $15,000 (this does not include the land).  Yes, her house is run down but $15,000 is way below market.  This is likely one reason the councilors like pulver support taking on additional projects such as buying the house next to the Town office or the proposed recreation center a few years ago – no personal impact through higher real estate taxes.  Could this also be an example of cronyism?

  • Anonymous

    Agreed, the house is a dump, not worth the price in this housing market.

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