Apparently Killington, VT is so fed up with the tax situation they want to become part of New Hampshire. My understanding is that NH does have relatively high property taxes (although they have no income or sales tax) but they must feel that at the very least those taxes are being used more wisely. I wish Marlborough, MA would do the same.
Secession activists say the town’s restaurants, inns and other businesses send $20 million a year to the state capital in sales, room and meal taxes, but the state returns just $1 million in state aid.
I just think the funniest thing is that Killington doesn’t even border NH.