Refuge's bite of revenue is $5,000
Federal officials gave residents a reason to smile Saturday, sort of: The town isn't losing as much tax revenue as expected from the government's ownership of land in the Umbagog National Wildlife refuge.
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#1 Oct 13, 2012
You folks like to hunt? Like to snowmobile ? Ride ATV's? Get to your favorite fishing spot?
Do you own a business that has customers who do any of these activities?
If the answer to any of the above is yes, you had better pay attention to what the Federal Government buying up all of the land in your area will mean.
Once the roads and trails stop being maintained, and the "hunting on reserve" signs go up you will understand. But it will be too late.
They pitch a financial case for tax revenue.
ASK THEM ABOUT THE LOST REVENUE FROM COMMERCIAL VENTURES IN THE AREA THAT SUPPORT THE ABOVE ACTIVITIES.
Be careful. Don't buy into the hype.
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