November 30, 2012
When people think of wonderful places to live, they think of safety, a strong education system, recreational opportunities, a vital economy, Town Manager Mercury Payton says. Vienna earned its spot as the third-best small town in America to live in.
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Town leaves 2013 on strong footing.
By all appropriate measurements – Moody’s, Standard and Poor, the Vienna Town Council and Town Manager – Vienna’s way-of-life and financial footing remain in the exceptionally healthy zone. Vienna Town Manager Mercury Payton called 2013 a “successful year as typical for the town,” referring to the town’s financial position as strong and robust. “Our budget was reasonably put together with a goal in mind that the services residents expect be provided at the same excellent, prudent level that we’ve always had,” said Payton.