Town works to help women remain in their homes


KENT — Three homes that were to be sold by the town of Kent because of delinquent taxes will not yet go on sale. While the sale was planned to begin soon (Tax Collector Deborah Devaux has not set the exact date), it will now be postponed for at least a 90-day period to give the homeowners a chance to gather the money they need to keep their homes.

Kent Social Services Director Jerrilynn Tiso was present at the Board of Selectmen’s meeting on March 1, where she advocated for two women, Eileen Dotson and Virginia Lewis, whose homes are to be sold.

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