The numbers are in.
On average, Wilmington residents will see an increase of about $101 on their upcoming tax bill, though the number depends on the value of your home.
It's a smaller increase than last year, when residents saw a spike of about $125. Principal Assessor Skip Moynihan provided the numbers of nearby towns, which had significantly higher increases than Wilmington.
So for today's questions, we want to know:
How do you think Wilmington has managed its annual tax rate compared to other towns? What issues do you have about the way Wilmington handles its finances? How will this increase impact your family?
Let us know your thoughts on these questions and anything else on your mind in the comments section below.