The transfer station will be closed on Saturday, July 4 in observance of Independence Day. The transfer station will reopen on Monday, July 6th. Thank
Message for Residents of the Wallingford Fire District #1: The Prudential Committee wants to let you know that we wish to offer a voluntary service to send you all bills by email. Not only will this save paper, postage, reduce land fill waste and associated resources, it will also offer increase security as only you will see your bill. No need to tear your bill into tiny pieces or shred your bill for secure recycling! Simply send the office an email email@example.com and say you’d like to join! In addition, the clerk/ treasurer will send out reminders to all participants before the due date to remind anybody who may have forgotten the due date, misplaced their printed bill or deleted the original email. All you need to do is email or call the office (802-446-2964) and Maureen will send you another email with your bill attached. Again, this is totally a voluntary service.
Second Tuesday Open Mic will be Tuesday, June 9 at Wallingford Town Hall from 7 to 9 p.m. Musicians, poets, storytellers welcome or join the audience and enjoy the talent. Baked goods available at a fundraiser bake sale. For more information, contact the Town Administrator at (802)446-2872
Town Hall will be closed on Monday, May 25th in observance of Memorial Day.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS:
The Abstract Grand List as of April 1, 2015 is available for the public to review at the Wallingford Town Clerk’s Office. “Change of Assessment Notices” were mailed on May 14th to property owners who had a change in their assessment.
ANY property owner who wishes to grieve his or her assessed value must have a written grievance received (postmarks not accepted) by the close of business at 4:30 p.m. on June 2, 2015. Grievance hearings are scheduled to be heard on June 3, 2015.
Vermont Dept. of Forests, Parks and Recreation has issued a Red Flag Warning to cease the issue of burn permits through May 19th. A Red Flag Warning means there are critical fire weather conditions including low relative humidity, high winds with little to no precipitation in the past few days. Fires that ignite during these conditions spread rapidly and with high intensity. The ban may be revoked or extended based upon weather conditions.
For more information, contact: Vermont Forest Supervisor Lars Lund, 802-777-4188
Accepting applications for Lifeguards at Elfin Lake. Employment Applications are available on the Documents page of this website. Or, you can call the Town Administrator at 446-2872 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an application.
Wallingford Fire District #1 is accepting resumes for the position of caretaker at the Wallingford Lodge. The position requires someone to be available whenever the lodge is rented for any issues that may arise. The caretaker must perform maintenance inside and outside. A one bedroom cabin to reside in will become available in the near future. If interested, email, mail or drop off a resume or letter stating your qualifications to:
Wallingford Fire District #1
P.O. Box 87
Wallingford, VT 05773
Paul Costello from the Vermont Council on Rural Development will be attending the May 4 meeting at Town Hall on the second floor at 7:00 p.m. to discuss residents’ Vision for the Village. This will be a continuation of the community conversation initiated by Elisabeth Kulas, who is interested in the redevelopment of the Oddfellows’ Block.
A section of North End Drive will be closed for most of the day on Thursday to allow workers to repair a section of the railroad track. Detour signs will alert motorists to the road closure.