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We do if they are scanned with the signatures.  We do not process them until
we get the checks so it really doesn't get them any further ahead time wise.

Priscilla Aldrich, cvc, cvt
Town Clerk/Treasurer/Tax Collector
Town of Burke
212 School Street
West Burke, Vermont
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It needs to be either hand delivered or mailed because we need the checks.

Cassie

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I have a follow up question regarding e-mailing the liquor licenses - Do you
allow them to e-mail the liquor license application back to you or do you
require they send the originals through the mail back to you?

Donna


Donna Kinville
City of South Burlington
City Clerk and Treasurer
(802)846-4119



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So, I just got a 186 page pdf from liquor control and I can't remember how I
used to save each license as a separate document to email to licensees.  I
can't find it in Adobe.  Maybe during an update they took the option out of
the free version?  I can simply cut and paste but it changes the layout
quite a bit when I paste it.  Basically what I used to do almost took a
picture of the page and pasted exactly that to the new doc.  Anyone know how
to do this?

Cassandra J. Barbeau
Assistant Town Clerk
Bennington, VT
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