Oxford's Grand List of all taxable property in town is up .384 percent, or $5.38 million over last year. If the mill rate stayed the same - at 24.1 mills - the additional value of the Grand List would net the town an additional $129,866 in revenue.
In theory, that would mean that the overall town and school budget could go up by $129,866 and taxpayers would not see a tax increase.
First Selectman George Temple said the Grand List is good news for the town.
"We are seeing an increase in a Grand List while many other towns are seeing a decrease in (theirs)," he said.
See the attached PDF for information on the list, plus a list of the top 10 taxpayers in town.