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In Roxbury we have this situation, the couples chooses one home to declare
homestead.  They stay in both homes, depending on weather. 

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From: Vermont Municipal Government Discussion Network
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Sent: Friday, February 05, 2010 11:48 AM
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Subject: Residential vs Non Residential

 

Question of the day:  We have a married couple in town, they own two houses.
She lives in one and he lives in the other.  Can they get the residential
rate on both.  The two houses are owned jointly by both per the deeds.
Sherry/ Burke Listers Office



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