Goffstown voters reject zoning changes, OK budgets
GOFFSTOWN — The Planning Board and Board of Selectmen will have a changing of the guard, and possibly future changes in planning and zoning policies for the town and Pinardville.
Peter Georgantas won a Board of Selectmen seat left vacant by Phil D’Avanza with a 1,525 to 755 vote over state Rep. John Burt’s 755 votes.
Voters also approved raising $100,000 for the fire department apparatus capital reserve fund by 1,449 to 808 votes; $20,000 to support Goffstown Main Street Program with 1,444 to 819 votes; $20,000 for Crispin’s House, 1,577 to 688; and $5,050 for the Goffstown Waterway Association’s effort to mitigate milfoil in Glen Lake, 1,816 to 512.With the town’s $19,580,945 operating budget and the above warrant articles, the total 2014 projected tax rate will be $9.42 per $1,000 property valuation, a decrease of 30 cents, or $70 less in taxes for a $250,000 home.
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