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Visit the Documents page of this website and scroll down to the Project/Proposal heading to review plans for two new solar projects in Wallingford – one on Creek Road and one on West Hill Road.

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A planning team is updating the Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (LHMP) as required by FEMA every five years. To review the draft document, click here.

Citizens are welcome to submit written comments to the Selectboard by September 8, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. Send written comments to:
Town Administrator
75 School Street
Wallingford, VT 05773
Or email: townadmin@wallingfordvt.com

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The Wallingford Transfer Station accepts residential food scraps. Compostable bags for kitchen food scrap collectors are sold at the transfer station and Town Hall at a cost of $4 for a box of 25 of the 3-gallon bags.

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The Town of Wallingford has a free supply of face masks for residents having difficulty obtaining personal protective equipment. Face masks may be picked up at Town Hall located at 75 School Street. Please note, distribution is limited to one face mask per person. You can call 446-2336 or email townclerk@wallingfordvt.com to make arrangements to pick up your face mask.

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The Town of Wallingford is accepting Request for Proposals from qualified contractors to upgrade the basketball court off Meadow Street. A site visit has been scheduled for Monday, August 24 at 8:00 a.m. with RFP’s due Friday, September 3 by 4:30 p.m.

For more information, click here.

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The Wallingford Democrats will hold a nominating caucus for Justice of the Peace via zoom on Friday, August 7, at 5 p.m.

Please contact Liz Filskov at (802) 259-3933 or lizfilskov@hotmail.com for Zoom meeting info.

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The 07/23/20 Elfin Lake water test results for E.coli was 43.5 mpn/100ml. From the Vermont Dept. of Health website: E. coli in water is measured as the number of bacteria found in 100 milliliters (mL) of water. In Vermont, when the test result at a public swimming area is 235 E. coli/100mL or less, it means that the water is considered suitable for swimming. A result greater than 235 E. coli/100mL means that the water is not considered suitable for swimming

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The Town of Wallingford’s summer paving projects will begin on Friday at the north end of Hartsboro Road and then a section of Waldo Lane. After those projects are completed, the east end of Church Street and Franklin Street will be paved. Fuller Sand and Gravel was awarded the Town’s summer paving projects.