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Wallingford Town Hall Concert Series will kickoff with the inaugural event on Wednesday, October 24 at 7:00 p.m. at Town Hall. The concert features a popular trio called DaddyLongLegs playing bluegrass and old time music. Suggested donations of $10 to $15 at the door. Wallingford PTO will sponsor a bake sale at the event.

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The town of Wallingford will be undertaking a culvert replacement project in the vicinity of 857 West Hill Road from October 16-18, 2018.

During the project, a section of West Hill Road will be closed to thru traffic to ensure the work will be done in a safe and timely manner.

Sorry for any inconvenience this will cause and the Town appreciates your patience.

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The zoning administrator will be attending a training session on Friday, September 28th, therefore he will have no office hours that day.

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Project Update, 9/20/18,  PROJECT LOCATION:   The slope remediation work along Route 140 E has been completed and the project is scheduled for final inspection on September 26th. There are no longer any existing impacts to the traveling public as a result of this project. Thank you for your patience as we worked to complete this project in a timely manner. Contact Natalie Boyle, Project Outreach Coordinator, EIV Technical Services, with any questions or concerns in regard to this project at 802-855-3893 or at

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NOTICE:  On September 11, 2018 the Wallingford Development Board (DRB) met in Deliberative Session to review Application 18-01 from Justin Filskov, to construct a 42’ X 60’ structure for his Landscape & Property Management business, at Maranville Road & VT Rt. 140.    The DRB members did not reach a decision, and have scheduled to continue their Deliberative Session on Tuesday, 9/25/2018.  Deliberative Sessions are not open to the Public.

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Public Notice

The Wallingford Fire District No. 1 will be conducting its annual Fire Hydrant Flushing over the period of Monday, September 17-21, 2018 and Monday, September 24-28, 2018. Hydrant flushing will be conducted by Simon Operation Services, Inc. starting at 8A.M. This will be spread out over a couple of weeks as Simon Operations will be doing one or two hydrants per day.

While flushing will occur over a large area during this time period, water to individual properties should only be affected for a short period of time, typically between 30 to 60 minutes. During this time, residents may notice a slight drop in water pressure accompanied by a reddish coloration of the water.

Please use caution when using water for sensitive activities if you notice a reddish coloration of your water. It is suggested that you do laundry and dishes in the afternoon or evening as they will not be flushing then.

If you notice discolored water, it is recommended that you turn on an outside spigot and allow it to run for approximately three to five minutes or until the water appears clear.

Motorists are encouraged to slow down and use caution when approaching flushing crews.

As a reminder (during the winter) if a fire hydrant is located on or near your property, keeping it free of snow can save crucial time for fire fighters. In the time it takes for them to first locate, then clear a hydrant, a home can go up in flames.

For more information on this project, please feel free to contact the Wallingford Fire District #1 Office at 446-2964.