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Office of the Vermont Attorney General

Attorney General’s Office in Our Community: Attorney General’s Office to Present Tips on Rental Housing at Listen Community Services

August 23, 2017

CONTACT: Justin E. Kolber, Assistant Attorney General, (802) 828-3186

Attorney General Thomas J. Donovan announced that members of his Environmental Protection Division will be returning to the Upper Valley to present on Vermont’s rental housing laws at LISTEN Community Services’ Community Dining Hall in White River Junction on Tuesday, August 29th. The presentation is the latest in the Attorney General’s initiative to have the Attorney General’s Office engaged and active in the communities it serves. Tuesday’s presentation will cover a broad overview of some existing resources available to Vermont renters and tips on issues like rental applications, leases, and Vermont’s lead in housing law.

“We know there’s a need out there for additional education on housing and how to be a good tenant,” said Attorney General Donovan. “My team is excited to visit LISTEN and help meet some of those needs.”

LISTEN Community Services provides services and support to meet the critical needs of Upper Valley individuals and families and help them achieve and maintain successful independence.

The presentation by the Attorney General’s Office will begin at 12 noon and will last approximately an hour and a half.

Last modified: February 5, 2018