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About

Established in 2013, The Provincetown Part-Time Resident Taxpayers Association (PPRTA) is a 501(c)(4) non-profit organization run entirely by volunteers. Comprised of engaged taxpayers, our association recognizes the indispensable economic and cultural contributions made by part-time residents to the preservation and sustainability of Provincetown. Despite this, part-time resident taxpayers often lack a meaningful voice in local governance. Our mission: As we work for the betterment of the entire Provincetown community, we will provide Provincetown part-time resident taxpayers a forum, a meaningful voice, and participation in local governance. We will employ three areas of focus to carry out this mission: Education, Advocacy, and Community Building. 

The PPRTA strives to exchange information with, and be a source of, information for, part-time resident taxpayers on significant Provincetown issues. We work to be a year-round voice in local, regional, and state governments for part-time resident taxpayers in Provincetown. The PPRTA encourages part-time resident taxpayers to participate in town government. We believe in empowering individual part-time resident taxpayers to communicate their views effectively.

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Officers

The following are officers and board members which became effective at our annual meeting held Sunday, June 4, 2023:

Scott Van Hove, Secretary

(2021-2024)

Janice Murphy, Board Member

(2021-2024)

 

John Waldron, Board Member

(2023-2024)

Laura Rood, Board Member

(2022-2025)

Steve Fossella, Past-President
& Treasurer 

(2022-2025)

Kim Kiefer, Board Member

(2022-2025)

L.J. Mitchell, Board Member

(2022-2025)

Patricia Miller, President

(2023-2026)

 

Melissa Falen, Vice President

(2023-2026)

 

Kevin Cronin, Board Member

(2023-2026)

Duncan Tavares, Board Member

(2023-2026)

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