Comments for: Newly elected Norridgewock selectwoman can’t serve until she fixes tax problem

Posted March 09, 2012, at 6:28 p.m.
Last modified March 10, 2012, at 9:11 a.m.

NORRIDGEWOCK | A newly elected selectman has not yet been allowed to vote because of some unfinished business from when she was the town’s treasurer. Charlotte Curtis, who was Norridgewock’s clerk and treasurer until she resigned after being elected as a selectman, has not been allowed to serve in …

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  • Anonymous

    She should contact Timothy Geithner for advice.

  • Anonymous

     Is it the “Office of the Treasurer” that is responsible?  That should be the position of Tax Collector not Treasurer.  Is the treasurer also the official tax collector? It is a separate municipal position.   The same person may serve but it is NOT the same position.  Regardless of what is past due, people change all the time in town governments.  It simply becomes the responsibility of the new Tax Collector to deal with past  problems. 

    • Guest

      Your last sentence is factually incorrect. See the “settlement” portion in the article, and then review the statutes.

  • Anonymous

    If this was a national law obama would have a lot of new cabinet members

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