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Knowing where home is can turn complicated

“The boundary is very clear,’’ Stanley Nacewicz, city assessor, said of John Harker’s property. “That house is on Reynolds in Attleboro.’’ Harker paid taxes to both Attleboro and Rehoboth. “The boundary is very clear,’’ Stanley Nacewicz, city assessor, said of John Harker’s property. “That house is on Reynolds in Attleboro.’’ Harker paid taxes to both Attleboro and Rehoboth. (George Rizer for The Boston Globe)
By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / February 10, 2010

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John Harker, a retired elevator constructor, got tired of paying property taxes every year on land he did not use. So he decided last fall to donate much of his 15-acre property, wooded swamps and all, to the local land trust. (Full article: 892 words)

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