Total Population, 2006 Census: 14,202
Average municipal tax comparison for single family homes
|District||Average Property 2009 (taxable)||Current Tax (2007)||Draft Tax Model (2007)||Change in taxes|
|District 16 (Rockingham - Wentworth)||229,185||1,793||1,382||-22.90%|
Source: HRM. HRM Note: Amounts exclude Low Income Rebates. Final adjustments are not included to treat mobile homes as multi-unit; and for the 2009 changes in the Transit Tax structure. Not all area rates are included in the "Current Tax".
Debbie Hum Read her report card.
1,020 votes / 25.74%
2,942 votes / 74.26% Holds!
Voter turnout: 36.37%
2008 School Board elections
82.73% voted for Peter Kelly in 2004.
-35.65% Change in 2008.
2003 By-electionDebbie Hum 65.53%
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