Peter Elwell has been Brattleboro’s town manager since 2015.
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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.
Three key posters are now online and available all the time!
This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Town Fair, our annual conference for municipal employees and officials, is going virtual!
It's been a challenging year, and an even more challenging six months. In July 2019, I was honored to begin work as Vermont’s first Executive Director of Racial Equity.
In 2007, Vince Williams was elected to the city council of Union City, Georgia, where he helped build a viable economic base by attracting professional and commercial businesses.
If you could pick one word to describe the last few months, what would it be? Uncertain, stressful, relaxing (!), ever-changing, slower, certainly unprecedented.
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As we continue to navigate this challenging year and execute our plans for recovery, we all have a lot on our minds, and many more questions than answers, even with the constant flow of information
While municipalities’ susceptibility to ransomware and cyber extortion has attracted national attention in the past year, PACIF members have been more affected by a different kind of crime: fraud c