Town Clerk-Tax Collector
Tyffany Spear, Kathy Seaver, Jinette Sturman and Mikel Obrien
The Office of Town Clerk-Tax Collector took in $14,487,801.10 in revenues in 2013. Tyffany Spear who had been an assistant clerk for three years took over the duties of the position of Deputy and Jinette Sturman increased her hours from 4 hours/week to 28.
Just a reminder that we have the capability to do debit and credit card transactions over the counter for property tax, utility billing, dog licensing and motor vehicle registrations. We can also process credit card transactions over the phone. There is a 2.75% transaction fee for credit cards. We also accept debit cards over the counter. The debit card convenience fee is $2.50.
Election of town and school officers is Tuesday, March 11th from 8:00AM – 7:00PM in the Town Hall Gymnasium. Town Meeting is Wednesday, March 12th at 7:00PM in the Town Hall Gymnasium. Remember, the town voted to adopt SB2 for the form of voting on the School District budget. The School District Meeting deliberative session was February 1st at 9:00AM at Farmington High School. The results of the deliberative session will be on the ballot on March 11th. Be there and make your vote count.
Dog licenses are available. Remember your dog’s current licenses expire on April 30, 2014. On June 1st a penalty of $1.00/month is added to unlicensed dogs. After June civil forfeitures of $25.00 will be issued through the Farmington Police Department Animal Control Officer.
EB2GOV We now are able to transact motor vehicle renewals, dog license renewals and vital records requests on-line at www.eb2gov.com. If you need to know how much your renewal OR new vehicle purchase will cost to register, you may also go to EB2GOV and use the “estimator”. You can also access this feature by going to the Town of Farmington Web Site and clicking on the Town Clerk-Tax Collector’s Department. We hope to add other services and fees in the near future.
Remember we are open on Thursdays from 8:30AM to 7:00PM, but close on Fridays at 12:30PM. This has worked well to provide customers with after work hours to come in and conduct their business.
Kathy L. Seaver, Town Clerk/Tax Collector