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thanks for the feedback and info about sharing the cost of election ballots--now THAT wasn't something I had thought of!  (Although I admit it did occur to me that the school might pay for a portion of the town report, since it uses many pages for its budget and other info and that makes the cost of the report higher, will have to check with VLCT about things like this! )   Laura
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  From: Joan Devine 
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  Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2008 1:42 PM
  Subject: Re: School Districts sharing costs of Nemrc--and listers?


  That's a great idea.  I know we share expenses for the cost of election ballots for school board positions and budgets but what you are saying is a great idea.  I certainly think it is worth proposing!!

   

  Joan

   


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  From: Vermont Municipal Government Discussion Network [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Guildhall Town Clerk
  Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2008 10:39 AM
  To: [log in to unmask]
  Subject: School Districts sharing costs of Nemrc--and listers?

   

  Hi everyone,

  For many years now, it's been mutually agreed between the Town and the school board here in Guildhall that the School reimburses the town for half (50%) of all Nemrc costs, ie the agreement itself, the disaster recovery plan, any trainings or consultations associated with Nemrc, etc.  This of course makes a lot of sense, not only because the school books are kept on nemrc accounting modules, but because nemrc provides the grand list and Tax Admin tools we need to collect both municipal and school taxes.

   

  However, of late I've also been wondering (I'm a relatively new Treasurer, just 1.5 yrs now), if it would also make sense for the school to pay for half (or at least some portion) of the listers' budget.  After all, pretty much everything the listers do and everything they spend is related to raising municipal and school taxes.  (Obviously, the school board would have to approve such an expenditure.)

   

  How is this handled in other towns?  Thanks