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Carroll County, New Hampshire

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Carroll County is one of 10 counties in New Hampshire. As of 2010, the population is 47,818[1]

Website evaluation

See also: Evaluation of New Hampshire county websites


The good

  • The website has county commissioners' meeting minutes.[2]
  • The website has county committee meeting information.[3]
  • The website has budget information available.[4]
  • The website has elected and administrative officials' information.[5]

The bad

  • The website does not have information on building permits, zoning, audits, contracts, lobbying, public records, or local taxes.
  • The website does not have county commissioners' meeting agendas.
  • The website does not post audits.
  • The website is difficult to navigate.

Budget

The 2011 proposed budget is $26.5 million.[6]

Stimulus

Carroll County has received a total of $19.8 million from the economic stimulus package.[7]

Project Area Cost
Education $4,773,873
Energy/Environment $10,706,100
Health/Nutrition $49,980
Public Safety $283,605
Transportation $3,975,735

Public Employees

Elected Officials

Elected officials' contact information is published but responsibilities and term information is not available.[8]

Administrative Officials

The County Commissioner supervises county operations and submits a budget to the Delegation.[9]

Salaries

See also: New Hampshire state government salary

There is no public employee salary information posted.

Pensions

See also: New Hampshire public pensions

There is no pension information posted.

Emergency personnel

The 2011 proposed budget estimates that the Sheriff's Department will take in $280,304 from services.

Lobbying

There is no lobbying information posted.

Transparency & public records

The web site has meeting minutes posted since 2008.[10]

Taxes

The 2011 proposed budget estimates raising $12,847,161 in revenue from county sources.[11]

External links

References

  1. "American Fact Finder" Census
  2. Meeting Minutes
  3. Committee Meetings
  4. Budget Information
  5. County Officials
  6. Commissioners Proposed 2011
  7. NH Recovery
  8. Delegation
  9. Commissioner
  10. Carroll County Docs
  11. Commissioners Proposed 2011