Wallingford Elementary School sixth graders will be hosting a bake sale at Town Hall on Election Day – Tuesday, November 4. So cast your vote and visit the sixth grade’s bake sale.
A public forum is being planned to gather input on a Neighborhood Watch program and options to address recent vandalism in town. The forum will feature Constable Jerry Tift, RCSD Deputy Chris Stephenson and members of the Wallingford Selectboard. More information will be posted on the website and Front Porch Forum when details become available.
The town offices will be closed on Tuesday, November 11 in observance of Veterans Day.
Button Up Vermont Day of Action is November 1st! Take action to conserve energy – and save some money in the process – by sealing up Vermont homes and keeping heat inside! Find out more at buttonupvermont.org
State Agency of Transportation officials have delayed repairs to the Route 140W railroad crossing until next summer. The state indicated the repairs will be coordinated with a railroad bridge replacement project that is slated to take place during the next construction season.
NOTICE OF SALE – LITTLE RED SCHOOL HOUSE
SOUTH WALLINGFORD, VERMONT
The Wallingford School Board seeks persons interested in purchasing the property known as the Little Red Schoolhouse located on the South Hartsboro Road, (91 Homer Stone Road) in South Wallingford, VT.
Interested parties should contact David Younce, Superintendent of Schools, firstname.lastname@example.org or call: (802) 775-3264 for more information.
The Wallingford Selectboard adopted a proclamation declaring October 3, 2014 as Bethany Bosch Day in recognition of her perseverance in swimming the English Channel.
The proclamation will be presented to Bethany at a Wallingford Elementary School celebration on Oct. 3.
VT Agency of Transportation’s Mladen Gagulic notified the town that improvements to the Hartsboro Road railroad crossing have been scheduled for mid-October and improvements to the Route 140W railroad crossing will take place during next year’s construction season.
Congratulations Bethany Bosch for swimming the English Channel in 17 hours and 39 minutes!
Democratic Primary Ballot Republican Primary Ballot
Representative for Congress: Representative for Congress:
Peter Welch – 39 Mark Donka – 6
Governor: Donald Notte – 13
H. Brooke Paige – 10 Donald Russell – 8
Peter Shumlin – 31 Governor:
Lt. Governor: Steve Berry – 3
State Treasurer: Scott Milne – 26
Beth Pearce – 39 Lt. Governor:
Secretary of State: Phil Scott – 30
Jim Condos – 39 State Senator:
Auditor of Accounts: Brian Collamore – 20
Doug Hoffer – 36 Peg Flory – 22
Atttorney General: Kevin Mullin – 24
H. Brooke Paige – 8 State Representative:
William Sorrell – 31 Thomas Burditt – 26
State Senator: Probate Judge:
William Carris – 27 Nicholas Michael – 25
Anissa DeLauri – 23 Assistant Judge:
Eldred French – 34 Jean Coloutti – 25
State Representative: David Lewis – 17
Dave Potter – 35 State’s Attorney:
Probate Judge: Marc Brierre – 29
Kevin Candon – 35 Sheriff:
State’s Attorney: Stephen Benard – 28
Rose Kennedy – 34
* No candidate received more than two votes on the Liberty Union and Progressive Primary Ballots