Elected Officers
Auditors

Auditors are elected at Town Meeting for a three-year term and annually review and audit all town accounts, and put together the annual Town Report.       

Justin Burrows (2026), justin.hanes.burrows@gmail.com
Nancy Gaynor (2024), slipperyhillfarm1@gmail.com
Barbara Gerstner (2025), Barbara.D.Gerstner@Dartmouth.edu

Board of Abatement

The Board of Abatement is composed of the Board of Civil Authority, the Listers, and the Town Treasurer.

 

Board of Civil Authority (BCA)

The BCA is composed of the Justices of the Peace, the Selectboard, and the Town Clerk. The BCA approves changes to the list of registered voters, counts election ballots, and hears property tax assessment appeals.

 

Campbell Fund Trustees

Campbell Fund Trustees are elected at Town Meeting to a three-year term. The Campbell Fund was set up by David R. Campbell in March of 1888 to aid “the indigent, poor and paupers” of West Windsor.

Jennifer Hastings Tobias (2024)
Betty French (2025)
Patricia Kenyon (2026)

 

Constable, First and Second

For emergencies, call 911

The First Constable and Second Constable are elected at Town Meeting for a one-year term.

First Constable: Matt Kantola
Second Constable: Mark Morse

Delinquent Tax Collector

The Delinquent Tax Collector is elected at Town Meeting for a one-year term.

Amy Yates, 484-7212

Emergency Management Coordinator

The Emergency Management Coordinator is responsible for the direction of town personnel in emergency situations.

Michael Spackman, highway@westwindsorvt.org

 

Justices of the Peace (JPs)

JPs are elected for a two-year term during the General Election. JPs are members of the Board of Civil Authority (BCA) and, as such, they serve as election officials and hear tax appeals. JPs are also members of the Board of Abatement and decide whether tax obligations should be forgiven under certain circumstances. JPs may also perform marriages, administer oaths, and serve as magistrates when so commissioned by the Supreme Court. A JP is a notary public ex officio but must file with the county clerk in order to act as a notary public.

Margaret Clough, megcl@yahoo.com
Nancy Gaynor, slipperyhillfarm1@gmail.com
Robin French, rafrench1959@gmail.com
Barbara Truex, bltruex@gmail.com
Christine Rovinski-Wagner, adamandchriswagner@gmail.com
Shannon Harrington, hshannon383@gmail.com

Listers

Listers are elected at Town Meeting for a three-year term. Listers appraise property within the town for the purpose of property tax assessment. Office hours are Tuesdays from 9:00 AM until Noon. The email for the listers is lister@westwindsorvt.org.
 
Joel Schreibman (2024)
Win Johnson (2025)
Debra Spackman (2026)
 
Moderator

The Moderator is elected at Town Meeting each year and runs annual and special Town Meetings.
 
Matthew T. Birmingham, III, 802-228-4444
Birmingham & Moore, P.C.
P.O. Box 247
Ludlow, VT 05149
 
Town Agent

The Town Agent assists the Selectboard with litigation.
 
Matthew T. Birmingham, III, 802-228-4444
Birmingham & Moore, P.C.
P.O. Box 247
Ludlow, VT 05149
 
Town Clerk & Treasurer

The Town Clerk and Town Treasurer are elected every year at Town Meeting. Currently, both positions are held by the same person. The Town Clerk is the custodian of the town’s public records. The Town Clerk also issues dog, marriage, hunting and fishing licenses; runs local elections; and serves as clerk of the Board of Civil Authority. The Town Treasurer keeps the town’s accounts; receives property tax payments; invests money and pays bills (with the approval of the legislative body).
 
Town Clerk & Treasurer: Amy Yates, Office: 484-7212, Fax: 484-3518, Email: ayates@westwindsorvt.org
 
Office hours: Monday through Friday 9:00 AM - Noon and 1:30 PM-4:30 PM
 
Mailing address:
Town of West Windsor
PO Box 6
Brownsville VT 05037
 
Town Grand Juror

The Town Grand Juror helps prosecute criminal offenses that occur in town by giving information to state and local law enforcement.
 
Matthew T. Birmingham, III, 802-228-4444
Birmingham & Moore, P.C.
P.O. Box 247
Ludlow, VT 05149
 
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