The Mad River Valley is ‘Capitol for a Day’ on Monday, April 29th!
All are welcome to join! Roundtable Discussion on Tax, Tourism, Economic Development, and Finance in the State of Vermont.
This roundtable discussion will be led by the Commissioners and others from the Vermont Department of Taxes, the Department of Finance and Management, the Department of Economic Development, and the Department of Marketing and Tourism. We’ll meet in Warren during the Washington County installment of “Capitol for a Day,” in the Red Barn at the West Hill House Bed & Breakfast.
Date: Monday, April 29, 2019
Time: 2:30-4:00 p.m.
West Hill House B&B
1496 West Hill Road, Warren, Vermont
Continue past the front of the B&B to the south side and use the parking area on the right of the road. Park nose-in facing the house.
Capitol for a Day is an initiative of Governor Scott, who along with his cabinet and extended cabinet have been touring the State since last July, visiting each county to hold events, meet with the public, and answer questions.
The roundtable discussion regarding tax, tourism, economic development, and finance may also include:
- The 2019 legislative session
- Regulation of short-term rental operations
- Vermont’s response to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
- An open forum with your questions and concerns
This session will be led by:
Kaj Samsom, Tax Commissioner, and Douglas Farnham, Tax Economist and Director of Policy, Vermont Department of Taxes;
Wendy Knight, Vermont Tourism and Marketing Commissioner;
Adam Greshin, Department of Finance and Management Commissioner; and
Joan Goldstein, Economic Development Commissioner.
All interested individuals and businesses are welcome to attend this session.
Please register for the April 29 roundtable discussion by sending an email to email@example.com.