The unprecedented rise in unemployment insurance (UI) claims this year due to the pandemic makes it more important than ever for employers and employees to be alert to possible UI
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According to the Attorney General’s Office, the answer is yes – in some cases.
While Vermont law regarding fireworks is still confusing to read, the Vermont Supreme Court has at least clarified some aspects of it. In the case Green Mountain Fireworks, LLC v.
Vermont Supreme Court Reaffirms Rule that Sale Price Is Not Necessarily Conclusive in Determining Property’s Fair Market Value
Fair market value has long been a subject of property valuation disputes. This is expected, as property taxes are directly related to the property’s appraisal.
Responses to VLCT’s first-ever virtual Town Fair, from both attendees and presenters, have been overwhelmingly positive!
It’s that time when we are all preparing budgets and ballot items for Town Meeting Day.
’Tis the season for budget preparations. The pandemic has wrought havoc on our lives and municipal finances.
The above title is inspired by What Pet Should I Get? by Dr. Seuss, a favorite quarantine book of my toddler.
Peter Elwell has been Brattleboro’s town manager since 2015.
Tax Abatement and Special Temporary Authority to Reduce or Waive Property Taxes, Interest, and Penalties
Once property has been appraised, grievances heard, appeals made and decided, and tax bills sent out, most towns begin to receive requests for abatement.