Finance Manager

Kyle Rogstad

About the Finance Department The Finance Department is responsible for oversight of the town’s financial operations. This includes working with the Selectboard to prepare the annual Town budgets and coordinating the annual audit, which is conducted by an outside firm. Day-to-day responsibilities include processing employee payroll, payables and receivables. The department also processes tax, grant, and other payments, assists with …

Energy Committee

Kyle Rogstad

Currently Serving Current Sharon Energy Committee Members are Dee Gish, Ryan Haac (Chair), Zach Stremlau and Jill Wilcox. The Committee is looking for additional volunteers! Sharon residents: you are welcome and encouraged to join us! About the Energy Committee The Energy Committee works with the Town, its residents and businesses to help reduce energy use, save money, and protect the …

Conservation Commission

Kyle Rogstad

Currently Serving Sam Brakeley, Scott Chesnut, Dan Deneen, Dick Ruben and Mike Zwikelmaier (Chair) About the Conservation Commission Vermont established legislation (24 V.S.A. Chapter 118) allowing towns to set up conservation commissions. Sharon’s Conservation Commission started in 1989, with the goal of establishing community responsibility and stewardship for its natural resources. Some of the duties may include the following: making …

Planning Commission

Kyle Rogstad

Planning Commission The Planning Commission members are Paul Kristensen, Sue Sellew, Ira Clark, John Roe and Lee Simek The Planning Commission meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00PM in Sharon Town Offices, 15 School Street (formerly 69 VT Rte 132). The Planning Commission is a hard-working volunteer group appointed by the Selectboard that represents the community as we …

Collector of Delinquent Taxes

Kyle Rogstad

Collector of Delinquent Taxes Ken Wright currently serves as Delinquent Tax Collector. It is the job of the Collector of Delinquent Taxes to notify taxpayers when their taxes are overdue, to make arrangements for late payments, or to take formal collection actions, including conducting tax sales of the property when necessary. This official must keep records of all delinquent accounts, …

Selectboard

Kyle Rogstad

Currently Serving Kevin Gish (Chair) kgish@sharonvt.net Mary Gavin (Vice-Chair) mgavin@sharonvt.net Sarah Pfeiffer (Clerk) spfeiffer@sharonvt.net Selectboard meetings are generally held on the 1st and 3rd Monday of every month at 6:30pm at the Sharon Town Offices, 15 School Street (recently changed from 69 Vermont Route 132). The public is always welcome, and a public comment period is included at the beginning …

Highway Department

Mike

Road Crew Frank Rogers (Foreman), Brad Howe, Allen Wight, and Joe Robinson. We always appreciate residents’ feedback on road conditions and concerns. Please contact the Town Garage (802-763-7194) and leave a message, and we will return your call. You may also email roadcrew@sharonvt.net. We generally check messages early in the morning and upon return to the garage at the end …

Listers

Mike

Currently Serving Helen Barrett (2023) Galen Mudgett, Jr. (2024) Ken Wright (2025) About the Lister’s Role Listers play an important role in town government, since they determine the value of the real and personal property in the town. Based on the Grand List compiled by the Listers, the Selectboard sets a tax rate necessary to raise the money to pay …

Treasurer

Mike

The Treasurer is elected at Town Meeting to a three-year term and is responsible for keeping the town’s financial accounts, investing money received by the town (with the approval of the Selectboard), keeping a record of the taxes voted, and paying orders drawn on town accounts. The Treasurer works with the Financial Manager to settle town accounts with the Financial Auditors by …

Town Clerk

Mike

Currently Serving Catherine Sartor About The Town Clerk’s office, located in the Sharon Municipal Building on Route 132, is a hub of town activity. Not only does the Town Clerk run Sharon’s elections; this is where you go if you want to look at town records (land, birth, death, marriage, you name it), ask a question about local taxes, license …