"What it comes down to is this is a $100 million plant that's going to be built," Tierney said, noting that a recent revaluation put the town's tax base at $111 million. "A facility coming in and it's almost going to double the grand list, which would close to cut peoples' taxes in half." The paper plant, by comparison, was once valued at $23 million but was down to $3.5 million at the last assessment, Tierney said.CLICK TO VIEW THE SOURCE MATERIAL
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