Secretary of State to move office from Terrace Street to State Street

We received the following press release a few minutes ago from the Secretary of State’s office:

Secretary of State Jim Condos announced today that the offices of the Secretary of State, currently housed in the Redstone Building on Terrace Street, will be relocated to 128 State Street effective June 6, 2011.

“The decision to move the office out of the Redstone building and into 128 State Street – right across the street from the statehouse – will ensure our services will be easily accessible to the public and to the legislature. We spend a great deal of time at the Statehouse during the legislative session, and being this close will allow for increased availability and accessibility,” states Secretary Condos.

“We are committed to being more accessible to the public—to our constituents—whether it is an individual seeking information, lobbyists looking to file their disclosure reports, town clerks with an elections question, or businesses needing to access our Corporations division. Our new location is centrally located and it will be easy to stop in and utilize our services,” adds Condos.

Condos went further, “It is especially important to me that the citizens of Vermont have open and easy access to their government.”

I welcome folks to stop in and see our new space, meet our staff, and know that we are available and ready to respond to their needs with friendly, competent customer service, whether over the telephone or in person.

One Response to Secretary of State to move office from Terrace Street to State Street

  1. Rob Mcwaters

    The Move I hope does also continue with From the past arrticles.