Rochester, New Hampshire
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- Budgets are posted.
- Agendas and minutes are posted.
- Bids and contracts are posted.
- The website lists the salary of every public employee in 2010
- Elected officials contact information is posted.
- Audits are posted.
- Information on vehicle fees is posted, but property tax information is not included.
- Zoning information is posted.
- No lobbying information is posted.
- The directory for contacting administrative officials is still under construction.
- There is no department for public records.
- No information in property taxes and no ability to pay online.
The proposed 2012 budget is $30,395,312 which is 1.68% higher than the 2011 budget.
Rochester has received a total of $16.5 million from the economic stimulus package.
Elected officials contact information is posted.
The directory for contacting administrative officials is still under construction.
See also: New Hampshire state government salary
The website lists the salary of every public employee in 2010.
|Last||First||Position||Total Wages and Benefits||Benefits||Total Gross Wages|
|ALLEN||MICHAEL||DEPUTY POLICE CHIEF||$125,888||$33,155||$92,732|
See also: New Hampshire public pensions
While the salary information includes total benefits, pension information is not directly addressed.
The total budget for public safety in 2012 was $11,065,318.
See also: New Hampshire government sector lobbying
No lobbying information is posted.
Transparency & public records
There is no department for public records.
The Tax Collector's Office collects all funds due the City of Rochester through property taxes, water and sewer user charges, automobile registration fees, and other revenue from all City departments.
- New Hampshire on State Budget Solutions
- Rochester Chamber of Commerece
- Rochester on City Data
- Profile of Rochester