By Kevin Landrigan, New Hampshire Union Leader
New Hampshire cities and towns will receive a 46% increase — $31 million — in local aid, getting a bigger share of returns from the state tax on restaurant meals and hotel rooms, Senate Republican leaders confirmed Monday.
The trailer bill to the state budget (HB 2) repealed a long-standing limit on how much communities could receive from the tax, no matter how much the levy raised from one year to the next.
The state Treasury Department released Monday the amount of assistance all communities will receive.
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