Tax Bills Mailed Soon and Dog License Fees Due

Londonderry residents can expect to find tax bills from the Town in their mailboxes within the next few weeks. Bills should be mailed on Friday, May 25, 2012 and those who have not received one by June 1 should contact the tax office.

The tax bills will be due back by July 2, 2012, and should be sent in the envelope provided if payed prior to the due date. If the bills are returned late, they should be mailed directly to:
Town of Londonderry Tax Office
268B Mammoth Road
Londonderry, NH 03053

Residents who are required to send a copy of the bill to their mortgage company are responsible for doing so themselves. The town does not have access to this information, so those unsure if it is required should contact their mortgage company.

Also, dog licensing is due by May 30, 2012! Costs are $6.50 for puppies under 7 months and spayed or neutered dogs; $9 for unaltered dogs; and $2 for the first dog owned by a senior 65 years and older and normal fees for every dog thereafter. A $.25 fee is charged for lost tag replacements. Dog licensing can be completed online here, or by mailing in the fees with a self addressed stamped envelope.

Please contact the Town Clerks office if the dog is no longer living or has a new home, or if there are any questions regarding dog licensing or the tax bills. The office can be reached at 603-432-110 extension 195.

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  1. -4 Vote -1 Vote +1Jim Loiselle

    HURRY – it’s not too late to get the surgery done to avoid paying for your dog. Crossroads still has some openings

    http://www.londonderrynh.net/2009/06/open-letter-to-town-clerk/9714

  2. -1 Vote -1 Vote +1Mike Brown

    For those intersted in “facts” (versus sarcasm), the requirement to license your dog and pay a fee to the Town each year is mandated by NH State law, NOT the Town Council or Town Clerk for that matter. Any dog lovers or folks who have an issue paying their $6.50 each year for man’s best friend, should contact their NH State Representatives. The Town is simply abiding by the law as dictated by the legislature. All of the dirty details can be found under NH RSA 466:1.

    Personally, I don’t have any issue paying my $6.50 each year for good old FIDO.

    1. -4 Vote -1 Vote +1Battles

      Lighten up Mr. Brown

  3. -7 Vote -1 Vote +1Sydney

    When they start registaring Cats, I’ll start registering my dog. Until then, I’ll continue to fill out forms at the vets with mistakes in my address and phone number….because that’s how the town receives its information.
    Personally I do have an issue with paying for Fido at least until Felix is required to registar. Besides I don’t want to give this town any extra revenue to waste and it’s the only way I see to recover the franchise fee on my cable bill they “re-appropriated”.

    1. +2 Vote -1 Vote +1lawrence

      Sydney, you’re pobably one of those slackers that allows their dogs to poop all of your neighborhood without cleaning up. I know your type.

  4. -5 Vote -1 Vote +1Sense of Humor

    A sense of humor transplant for Mr. Brown. Get a grip guy. I can’t find the RSA for ‘getting a grip’ at the moment. When I find it, I will reference it for you.

  5. +3 Vote -1 Vote +1Steve Homsey

    I have no issue with the 6.50 fee as well. I would just like to know who instituted the Late Charge fee and who benefits from it. Having been a victim of it and mostly likely will be again is why I’m asking.

  6. +2 Vote -1 Vote +1Steve Homsey

    So here’s the Problem with that little RSA. Say you adopt a dog from a shelter down south. He has all his Vet paperwork signed off, check. Register him at Town Hall, check. Easy. So you find out a few months ago the dog is having difficutly negotiating stairs. You find out from the Vet he has Heartworm and Lyme disease. How can that be when all his paperwork states otherwise. The answer: “Well what do you want me to say; nearly 100% of adopted pets from the south have this”. No matter, how do we fix it? 6 Months of treatments. Ouch! How about his rabies shot (because that’s what the RSA is really about). The answer: No, not now during his treatment. So the day you drop him off for one of three shots, each one that can kill him you decide to go re-register him. (Granted that probably wasn’t the best choice of timing) Can’t do it without the rabies certificate under RSA. Well you say, not going to have it for a while. No can do, it’s RSA. At this point I apologized to the Clerk for stating something on the lines of Passing out the torches and marching to Concord. So one asks can you put a note in the computer that I was here? No, can’t do that either. So what’s a dog owner to do? For me this is the second time around in as many years. Get a form from the state have it filled out by the vet, mail it back, wait for a decision. Ya, right. Welcome to a one size fits all world.

  7. +3 Vote -1 Vote +1Paul DiMarco

    I see this as a serious article to give our citizens a heads up on an upcoming due date, followed by a link to a parody that is supposed to be funny but is not, followed by a matter-of-fact statement from a former Town Councilor on the law.

    As an aside, while you are on http://www.nh.gov reading the RSA, read 466:30-a as well and think twice about letting your dog roam the neighborhood.

    Perhaps the purveyors of this site and the majority of its readers find Jim Loiselle’s humor funny. I for one never did. Do not take that as me not having a sense of humor. I can assure you that I do indeed have one. But, if you find that RSA, let me know. The search on http://www.nh.gov did not reveal one.

    On that note… An oxygen atom walks into a bar. The bartender says “You don’t look good, what’s the problem?”. The atom says “I think I lost an electron”. The bartender says “Are you sure?”. The atom says “I’m positive”.

    1. +3 Vote -1 Vote +1Sense of Humor

      Yes, we know you have a sense of humor Paul. Those of us that watched your performance as a town council member can vouch for that. :-)

      1. -5 Vote -1 Vote +1Paul DiMarco

        Hahaha… you’re a funny guy SOH – nice name too for an anonymous troll who hides behind a keyboard.

        Hey, at least I tried and served my community for 3 years (8 if you include the 5 years on PB). But, what would you know. You probably don’t even go to town meeting. Back into your hole, you slimy, miserable little troll. Go back to surfing the web and posting your insignificant attacks on former public servants. When you’re done here, go on over to UL.com and post some stuff there.

        1. Vote -1 Vote +1Sense of Humor

          What a sad pathetic little man you must be. OH look at me I’m the poor little old volunteer and no one does more than I. Want some cheese with that whine? With that attitude glad we can put the ex in front of councilor. And a humorless one at that.

          1. -2 Vote -1 Vote +1Paul DiMarco

            Not sad, not pathetic, and not little. Not humorless either. Sounds like you are describing a troll… one who posts anonymously attacking others from the comfort of their little dark hole.

          2. +1 Vote -1 Vote +1John Q

            Paul’s realy a funny guy. The best joke was when he was on the Town Council. He reminded me of a trol (a term he loves to put out there) when he was yelling at Reid Clark.

          3. -2 Vote -1 Vote +1Paul DiMarco

            Nice spelling “John”. Your command of the English language has narrowed down your identity. Have a nice day.

    2. Vote -1 Vote +1Bill

      Can a “joke” actually be funny when you have to explain it to about 95% of the population?

      1. -2 Vote -1 Vote +1Paul DiMarco

        I guess I hang out with the 5% who would get it.

        1. +4 Vote -1 Vote +1Bill

          The fact is that 95 percent should get it. But what do you expect from the education system we now have in have in this country. I’ll bet if you ask those 95 percent that wouldn’t get the joke to name all the krazy kardahians are they would know.

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