Skip to main content

Economic Development, Act 250, Land Gains Reform, Highlights of the 2019 Legislative Session, and Prewritten Software to be Discussed at Capitol for a Day, Windsor County

Gov. Phil Scott, the Vermont Department of Taxes, and other State agencies will host meetings in Windsor County on July 30, 2019, as part of the Governor’s Capitol for a Day initiative.

After a successful year of touring every county in Vermont, State officials will kick off the second round of Capitol for a Day events in Windsor County.

The Department of Taxes will host the following three events:

You are invited to join Gov. Scott, Douglas Farnham, the Department of Taxes’ economist and director of policy, and others for a panel discussion on economic development, housing taxes, and other important 2019 legislative changes that could impact the purchase and sale of property. This meeting will begin at 11:15 a.m. and conclude at 12:15 at the LISTEN Center in White River Junction.

Beginning at 1:30 p.m. at the Norwich Public Library, Farnham and Adam Greshin, commissioner of the Department of Finance and Management, will lead a presentation and discussion on the 2019 legislative session and important legislative changes that impact Vermonters. This event will conclude at 2:30.

At 2:45 p.m. at the Norwich Public Library, Farnham will lead a discussion on taxation of prewritten software access remotely. Although all are welcome to attend, those employed in the technology sector will find this session most useful. This event will conclude at 3:45.

For more information, or to register for these events, email