BYRON — The town of Byron will receive an audit Monday for the first time since 2013, Selectman Anne Simmons-Edmunds said Friday.

With two new selectmen, James Ramey and Linda Joyal, having been voted in at the annual town meeting, the board is making an effort to “catch up,” Simmons-Edmunds said.

She said the town has not been contacted by anyone at the state level about the missing audits.

In other business, Simmons-Edmunds could not confirm whether or not tax liens for properties delinquent in taxes have been properly sent out and processed, but  the town has “been lenient,” she said.

“The town of Byron is not in the real estate business. We don’t want to take anyone’s home,” she said.

The audit will take place at the Town Office, after a selectmen meeting scheduled for 8 a.m.

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