The Board of Selectmen has voted unanimously to increase the property tax exemption for veterans from $10,000 to $20,000 on the assessed value of property.
The request for increase was made to the board by veteran Paul Tarbox, who oversees the Veterans Affairs Committee at the Connecticut General Assembly.
First Selectman Jim Zeoli said at the time of the recent vote that despite tough financial times because of the state’s budget deficit and proposed cuts that will trickle to municipalities, it should be emphasized the selectmen “wholeheartedly endorsed” the exemption because it is for veterans.
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