This is comical coming from the Live Free or Die person that you seem to be. I can pretty much guarantee you - 90% (maybe 99.99%) of the old time NH locals would completely disagree with all of this BS.There are some things that can be done at the state and local level through zoning and other laws. For instance, no more building million dollar homes on the lower slopes of ski areas that benefit only a few very wealthy people. All the million dollar homes at South Peak at Loon have signs at the end of the driveways with owner's name and hometown-almost all of them list their primary home in MA. Same thing for Okemo-Mount Snow-Stratton. These large scale million dollar home projects at ski areas are destroying the natural environment of the mountains, the lower slopes and watershed with their runoff. Their sewage ends up in our rivers and pollute them. Any new housing projects should be away from ski slopes and include affordable housing for people that live and work in NH-VT-ME. I'm usually against new taxes, however, I wouldn't care a bit if the wealthy people that own ski-in/ski-out homes were taxed 10x more than they are now to help fund infrastructure and housing projects that benefit locals. The sale of these homes should also include large payments (at least 2%) to a land bank, similar to what they have on Nantucket, they have raised tens of millions of dollars being used to buy land, preserve it, and towards affordable housing. The same goes for our lakes in NH. The state and local governments have totally ruined our lakes allowing million dollar homes on our lake shores. Lake Winnipesauke will be a dead lake in 50 years. Unlike Lake Chocorua and Dublin Lake, which have pristine shores that have been preserved.