grand list

grand list

A name for tax rolls in the New England states.

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This may be a grand list to ask but it has become crucial because the existing laws were never designed with such evil in mind.
The Select Board had advised Schoales to vote to close the facility and support a change in assessment that would go from a population-based model to a combination of population and grand list.
For our first reading list three summers ago, Phong and I asked contributors to provide the author and title of five "most important" works that, objectively considered, everyone should read: the result--no doubt--was a Grand List.
Giving a grand list of effective strategies which will lead to booming business no matter what one's industry is, "Become a Client Magnet" is an ideal tool for building a solid customer base that's necessary to succeed.
Maybe, in Liverpool's year as European Capital of Culture, one of the 08 exercises should be to do a city-wide search of buildings, possibly hidden away like the % Bedford, along a side street, to draw up a grand list of EUR buildings that should and |l need to be saved.
MLN's headquarters will boost Wallingford's Grand List revenues by as much as $2 million over the next seven years, and add hundreds of local job opportunities.
In Connecticut, our budget is mostly funded through local taxes, but even though the town's Grand List is growing, other circumstances are conspiring to compete for education dollars.
The lists will be presented in alpha order, including the grand list in the May issue, which will include entries for the 2000 or so companies expected at NPE 2003.
Despite the many other issues on its plate, Waterbury refuses to allow public access to its motor vehicle grand list.
Scenario 1, essentially a pay-as-you-go plan, was based on the following assumptions: 1) borrowing would only occur for school construction, and all other capital expenditures would be paid for from current tax revenues; 2) the grand list (the list of assessed value of all the property in the town) and operating expenses would grow 5 percent annually, which was the growth rate in the grand list from 1987 through 1989; 3) property would not be revalued; and 4) interest rates would be 8.
The city is undergoing a five-year statutory revaluation of its grand list effective Oct.
com) which will require a complete overhaul including, but not limited to: new web address, color changes, creation of logo, layout changes, additional space for more information such as the grand list, allow access to various departments to do their own posting, a better municipal calendar with links to age3nda and minutes of meetings, etc.