HALLOWELL — The impact of Hallowell’s TIF sheltering error is still unknown ahead of a Monday meeting where City Manager Nate Rudy plans to present information to the City Council’s Finance subcommittee.

Maureen Aucoin

Earlier this month, City Councilor Maureen Aucoin, a member of the Finance Committee who also has served as the city’s assessor’s agent and interim city manager, revealed that property in two TIF districts — one for the Woodlands Senior Living of Hallowell and one for a Summit Natural Gas pipeline — was not assessed as if it was in a TIF district.

By Aucoin’s estimate, a total of $208,765 in property and personal property taxes was put into the city’s general fund in fiscal years 2017, 2018 and 2019, based

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