Comments for: Medway bumps up property tax rate

Posted Dec. 03, 2012, at 3:19 p.m.

MEDWAY | Reductions in town revenues caused by state business enhancement programs and a double-billing forced town leaders to increase the town’s mill rate, officials said Monday. Bills reflecting the town’s new property tax rate, 27.2 mills, have already been sent. Payments are due Dec. 31. The new rate …

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  • Anonymous

    sad state of affairs all over. The state is already 135 million in trouble and now these small communities have to dig into the taxpayers pockets again. When will we ever learn that we need to downsize so that we do not continue to raise taxes every time we burp.

  • Anonymous

    East has stayed the same, cause they have not really decided to do much with Schenck, Yet.

  • JokerLikeYou

    Super, that should help pay for the Christmas lights on the Fire house.

  • Anonymous

    Great, that should help pay for all the Christmas lights on the public works building.

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