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Letters to the Editor

March 6, 2014

Re-Elect Burnham for Tax Collector

Re-Elect Burnham for Tax Collector

It has been an honor and privilege to serve the Town of Danville for the past four years. I am writing to inform the residents of Danville that I am running for another three year term for Danville Tax Collector position. For those who do not know me, I am a long time resident of New Hampshire and have been a resident of Danville for 13 years. I have three children, two currently in the Timberlane Regional School district.

I believe it is the combination of my work experience, education, and leadership that has prepared me well to continue to serve as Danville’s Tax Collector. It will remain my priority to continue to move the office of the Tax Collector forward in the most effective and efficient way possible

Within the past three years as the elected Tax Collector, I have achieved many goals. I completed the three year Tax Collector Certification Program hosted by the New Hampshire Tax Collectors Association. I brought the Town of Danville into the 21st Century by accepting debit, credit card and checks on line. The program chosen has allowed residents, mortgage companies, real estate agents and general public to view tax information and basic assessing information via Tax Kiosk website. I extend office hours at tax time in July and December, to accommodate my fellow residents.

I have been an accredited paralegal since 1992. In addition to my extensive legal, real estate and administrative background, I’ve volunteered my spare time to several different organizations, including the local food banks, Community Caregivers of NH, Community Center Management Committee, TRHS Cheerleading Boosters (Vice President).

Please Re-Elect, Kimberly T. Burnham, Tax Collector on Tuesday, March 11th, 2014.

I thank you in advance for your vote and support!

Kimberly T. Burnham

Tax Collector


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