Op/Ed

Letter to the editor: Salisbury clerk thanks residents

I was recently reminded by an act of kindness how grateful I am to be living and working in Addison County and by extension how important it is to say thank you! Our lives, personal, professional, social, were turned upside down by the pandemic.

All of us here at the Salisbury Town Office experienced the upheaval as well, which we each dealt with as best we could. We added protocols, health and safety checks and cleaning routines. We asked researchers to make appointments. We did our best to provide as much assistance remotely as we could. Through all the disruption and all of the changes, we were able to keep our doors open for all of our regular hours, an accomplishment we are proud of.

However, this would not have been possible without the cooperation of the public, Salisbury residents, voters, taxpayers, area researchers and other town office users. Your willingness to adapt to our requirements and follow our protocols allowed us to remain open. So, a huge thank you to all of you from the town officers and staff. What a blessing to work with folks who pull together so seamlessly in a time of need to make things work. Thank you!

Susan Scott

Salisbury Town Clerk

 

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