Actually I have never had to redo one…
I have people pay again. Am I the only one?
I was thinking the same thing on length of time. If they get it at the minimum age chances are they would live 25 more years and like you say, we would still have their info so they would not have to reapply and pay fee again...
On Wed, 5 Sep 2018 12:30:35 -0400, Judy wrote:
I believe it’s because these cards are good for life. I always tell people that if they lose their card or it is destroyed to come back and I will give them another card for free because we have the application on file.
25 YEARS. That is crazy.
Town Clerk / Treasurer
Town of St. Johnsbury
51 Depot Square, Suite 101
St. Johnsbury, VT 05819
Currently, disposition guidance for Green Mountain Passport applications can be found on one of the disposition orders for Municipal Clerks, specifically Disposition Order No. 09219. A direct link to the disposition order can be found here. If you have any additional questions, or the link does not work, please let us know!
Records & Information Management Specialist I
Vermont State Archives & Records Administration
1078 U.S. Route 2, Middlesex
Montpelier, VT 05633-7701
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I have found a box of Green Mountain Passport applications going back to the early 90's. I have looked on the retention schedules and cant find them listed.
Does anyone know how long we need to hold onto the applications after the passport has been issued?
Clerk & Treasurer
Town of Hardwick, Vermont