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The Municipal Inquiry Service is available to VLCT members and associate members, and allows local officials to submit inquiries related to their official duties to staff members of the Municipal Assistance Center. The service is operated by VLCT staff attorneys and other knowledgeable staff members with training and experience in public administration and local government. Members may submit questions to 800-649-7915 or may email them to firstname.lastname@example.org, VLCT MAC Research and Information Assistant. If emailing a question, please identify your official capacity as a local official.
The VLCT Municipal Assistance Center provides municipal officers with the education, training and professional assistance they need to fulfill their official duties. A core offering of the Municipal Assistance Center is the municipal inquiry service. The municipal inquiry service affords local officials the opportunity to submit inquiries related to their duties as elected or appointed officers. The municipal inquiry service is operated by VLCT staff attorneys and other knowledgeable staff members with training and experience in public administration and local government.
The response to an inquiry placed with the inquiry service may include the provision of legal advice. The provision of such legal advice is governed by the Vermont Rules of Professional Conduct for attorneys. In accordance with these Rules, and to ensure that inquiries are handled professionally and consistently, we hereby adopt the following policies:
The municipal inquiry service is intended to assist officials with questions of general municipal law, management, and administration. It is not intended to interfere with, or substitute for, the important relationship between a municipality and its regular attorney. If the answer to an inquiry submitted to the municipal inquiry service depends upon specific facts or documents, or involves litigation, potential litigation, or litigation strategy, our attorneys and staff members will recommend consultation with the municipality’s regular legal counsel.
Adopted by the VLCT Board of Directors, October 6, 2005.
The Resource Library has been expanded to a Searchable Index of League Resources along with a comprehensive library of nearly 1,000 electronic documents.
Updated for 2015, the VLCT Municipal Law Index is a comprehensive list of laws that affect Vermont municipalities.