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Town of Hanover Supervisor Don Dalrymple on Monday said residents continue to express concern about the revaluation currently under way.

He said during a meeting of the Town Board that the most common question is whether residents have to let data collectors into their homes.

"The answer is no," Dalrymple said. "But people should understand that all they want to look at are things such as the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and if there are any fireplaces in the home. They are not interested in any personal furnishings."

He said that residents are concerned that the project would lead to an increase in their taxes but that this is not necessarily true.

"About one-third of the taxes will go up," Dalrymple said. "One-third will stay the same, and one-third will go down."

An informational meeting on revaluation was scheduled for 7:30 p.m. April 6 in the Forestville Elementary School gymnasium.

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