Actually, that law was in place long before there was any per parcel
payment.  

Mary Jane

 

 

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Most likely.

 

Wendy L. Wilton

Rutland City Treasurer

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Mu understanding is that if the land is contiguous and is owned by the
"exact" same person then it must be considered as one parcel.  Maybe
this has a connection to the $$$ per parcel the state sends us to
maintain the grand list????  Less parcels, less $$ the town receives.

 

Roberta Dana
Town Treasurer & Tax Collector
Groton, VT
802-584-3131
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	Subject: Contiguous lots

	 

	Is there a state law that demands that adjacent lots, owned by
the same person, must be condensed under one SPAN # for purposes of
assessment and taxation?  Or is the discretion of the lister?

	 

	Wendy L. Wilton

	Rutland City Treasurer

	802-773-1800

	802-773-1809  fax

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