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The most current property information is on file within the respective City or Town. This application, its data, and its associated export products are not official municipal records unless otherwise specified by the City or Town. The abutters reports are informational in nature. Property attributes, including owner information, are current as of the following dates:

MASON 1/30/2014; MERRIMACK 3/11/2013; WILTON 4/10/2013; LITCHFIELD 4/11/2013; AMHERST 10/1/2013; HOLLIS 10/24/2013; PELHAM 1/02/2014; BROOKLINE 1/13/2014; LYNDEBOROUGH 1/14/2014; MONT VERNON 1/15/2014; Refer to the property record card for information on properties in Milford, Hudson, and Nashua.

The abutters list function is informational in nature, and not fit for local board applications requiring current owner certification.

The zoning thematic overlay is an NRPC interpretation of the local ordinance describing each zoning district and does not represent official zoning. Symbolization is based on the highest density permitted use, broadly defined, regardless of zoning district nomenclature. When density failed to distinguish between zoning districts in a town, the overall intentions of the zoning district, as stated in the ordinance, were considered. Overlay districts, which generally add a level of restriction, were not considered. Lot sizes represent the smallest permissible lot. The town's own official zoning map and current ordinance should be consulted as the authoritative source on permitted uses, zoning boundary questions, or other issues.

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