Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Death, dogs and taxes

In addition to providing 8 call firefighters, an ambulance, and a technical search and rescue team to tornado ravaged Springfield, Amherst also provided some of the "unglamourous" support, as Animal Control officer Carol Hepburn went to Springfield to aid in search and rescue of animals (often the forgotten causalities in a natural disaster); and principal assessor David Burgess will trek to hardest hit Monson to help town officials there reconstitute property tax records.


Anonymous said...

How do you access the properties that are scattered all over the neighborhood?

"I'd like an abatement because I no longer have a house"

LarryK4 said...

I would imagine most will rebuild and then their valuation will probably go up.

But for sure they will get an abatement for FY12

Anonymous said...

Carol Hepburn is one of the best things about this town.