In Marshfield we mail the warnings, but we print them on pre-stamped
postcards from the post office - it saves money and time.
At 02:27 PM 2/24/2003 -0500, you wrote:
>It is my understanding that notice of a meeting must be hand delivered or
>mailed first class. I don't think email is acceptable. I am not sure about
>the notary question. I do alot of notarizing, but if I feel uncomfortable
>with anything I don't do it. I have never charged, but was under the
>impression that I couldn't.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Velma E. Plouffe, Richmond Town Clerk [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> > Sent: Monday, February 24, 2003 1:51 PM
> > To: [log in to unmask]
> > Subject: Written Notices
> > Per T.24 #801, Meetings of the BCS shall be called by giving written
> > notice to each member. Can e-mail be interpreted to mean written notice?
> > I am doing it both ways but would like to discontinue the cost of actually
> > mailing a hard copy of the notice. Has anyone heard any discussion in
> > regard to this issue?
> > Also, we are bombarded with people requesting to have documents notarized.
> > Since the Town Clerk is an ex officio notary public, does she/he have to
> > notorize documents; and also, does she/he have to do it without charging?
> > Velma E. Plouffe
> > Town Clerk
> > 203 Bridge Street
> > PO Box 285
> > Richmond, VT 05477
> > P (802) 434-2221
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