In a May 3, 2022 letter to congressional leadership, NATaT expressed its opposition to the creation of a federal gas tax holiday, saying its communities would face “significant detrimental consequences” from the temporary elimination of the federal gas tax. Click Here for the letter.
The National Association of Towns and Townships (NATaT) is pleased to join the 2021 Small Town America Civic Volunteer Awards (STACVA) Ceremony on Monday, November 15, 2021. NATaT is a proud co-sponsor of the annual event which honors the extraordinary achievements of 100 public service volunteers from communities under 25,000 including several from NATaT member […]
President Biden signed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act into law on November 15, 2021. NATaT has published a special report for its members that provides a section-by-section summary of enacted legislation. While not every single section is covered in the report, the provisions of most importance to local government clients are included. NATaT Special […]
The National Association of Towns and Townships joined over two dozen organizations to support legislation to increase the flexibility – and reduce the cost – of financing critical infrastructure investments with tax-exempt municipal bonds and to oppose the inclusion of interest on tax-exempt bonds in a proposed new federal corporate alternative minimum tax. PFN BBB […]