Bristol appoints a new treasurer

BRISTOL — Bristol’s new treasurer, Anthony Delmonaco, officially started working for the town on Monday.

“Anthony and his wife, Martha, currently live in South Burlington,” Bristol Town Administrator Valerie Capels said in her Nov. 6 report to the selectboard. “He brings a combination of academic and practical experience that will be an asset to the position and the town.”

The selectboard officially appointed Delmonaco to a one-year term at its Nov. 8 meeting.

He replaces Jen Stetson Myers, who served the town as both treasurer and delinquent tax collector for 10 years, until her departure on Oct. 8.

The town interviewed four candidates for the job, out of an unspecified number of candidates, and recommended two to the selectboard, including Delmonaco.

He worked part-time in the town office last week, while wrapping up his former employment, and started working fulltime for the town this week, according to Capels.

Delmonaco’s duties will include keeping track of town funds, receipts, investments and disbursements, as well as tax bills and tax collection. And — because the selectboard in early October combined both of Myers’s old positions into one — the treasurer will also be responsible for delinquent tax collection.

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