Today, Monday, Nov. 12 is Veteran’s Day. The Burrillville Allied Veteran’s Council American Legion Posts 17 & 88 and VFW Post 1023 held a ceremony on Sunday to commemorate the holiday at Veterans Memorial Park in Pascoag. Participants included Girl Scout Troop 1035, Boy Scout Troop 100, Town Council President John Pacheco, former Rep. Cale Keable and former Sen. Paul Fogarty.
Trash service will be delayed by one day this week because of the holiday.
*photos provided by Tina Haddad
The town of Burrillville has contracted with Vision Government Solutions Inc. to conduct a state-mandated property tax revaluation.
The goal of the revaluation project is to determine the market value of all taxable properties within the town as of Dec, 31, 2018. The last revaluation was conducted in 2015.
Throughout the project, Vision’s staff will be in the neighborhoods throughout the town. The company will attempt to physically visit, measure and inspect properties that have sold recently, which helps in the analysis of determining fair market value. They will also be visiting any properties that have unfinished construction or have taken out building permits recently. All employees are required to carry identification and have their vehicles on file with the Assessor’s office and Police department. The process will last over the next several months and be completed in the spring of 2019.
New assessed values will be reflected on the 2019 tax bills. If taxpayers have any questions regarding the revaluation project, call Jennifer Mooney at 568-4300, ext.126 or Alma Uglialoro at 568-4300, ext. 125.
BPD seeks old photos
The Burrillville Police Department is currently searching for any old photographs of past department members who served the community. They are looking specifically for any photographs of our old cruisers and pictures of members wearing any of the old uniforms. Anyone who has old photographs, digital or not, is asked contact Lt. William Lacey at 568-6255 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to the Burrillville Broncos for a great season! The Division 2 team played hard against East Greenwich on Saturday, but ultimately missed their ticket to next week’s championship losing 31-28 in the semi-final game.
There is still time for vendors to sign up for Downtown Pascoag Neighborhood Association’s annual Victorian Holiday, scheduled to take place on Saturday, Nov. 17. Around 1,000 people attended the event last year and for just $20, crafters, businesses and food vendors are invited to participate. Contact Amanda Desjardins to participate and visit NRI NOW this week to learn more about the event.
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