Letter: Census: Vacation homeowners need to respond

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Editor of the Reformer,

If you're a vacation homeowner, you've probably received a 2020 Census form in the mail at both your Vermont address and your primary address.

If you have a computer, it's important to go online and respond to BOTH of them using the 12-digit code in each letter.

The code is specific to your address. If you're a vacation homeowner who's a legal resident of another state, you still need to visit the my2020census.gov and respond using the code you received in your Vermont mailbox.

You'll only need to answer a few questions stating that you were NOT a legal resident here as of April 1 and that it's a second home. When you do, the computer will say "Thanks, you're done."

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If you don't do this, they'll keep sending you follow-up mailings until you do.

If you already threw out the letter they sent you, they'll be sending you another one soon.

Since we're all stuck at home, it's a good time to get this chore out of the way.

Will Johnson

Townshend, March 20


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