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The Planning Commission has scheduled a Public Hearing for Wednesday, November 10, 2021, at 7:00PM at the Town Hall Office (75 School St. Wallingford, VT.) The Wallingford Planning Commission is holding a Public Hearing on the proposed revisions to the current 2015 Zoning Regulations.  A complete copy (draft 21) of the proposed revisions is available for review at the Town Office or may be found on the Town of Wallingford Website: Draft October 2021 Zoning Regulations

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Please be sure you are only tossing in acceptable items in the Zero Sort bin at the Wallingford Transfer Station. Acceptable items include: corrugated cardboard, cereal, shoe and dry food boxes, soda cartons, paper egg cartons, tissue boxes, paper towel and toilet paper cores, envelopes and mail, magazines and soft covered books, newspapers, white and colored paper, shredded paper, plastics 1-7 and rigid plastics, glass bottles and jars, aluminum cans, foils and plates, and metal cans.

Zero Sort does not accept styrofoam, plastic bags, food waste, no tyvex or plastic envelopes, no plastic wrapping or CDs, no newspapers that contain paint or pet waste, no plastics, glass or tin with food or other residue (must be rinsed).

For a complete list, visit Transfer Station – Town of Wallingford, VT | Town of Wallingford, VT – Our Community (wallingfordvt.com)

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There is a vacancy on the Town’s Selectboard. If you are a resident interested in serving until elections at Town Meeting in March of 2022, please contact the town administrator at townadmin@wallingfordvt.com or call 446-2872.

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Officials from Rutland Regional Planning Commission (RRPC) will be conducting a culvert and bridge inventory in Wallingford starting Sept. 16 that will last several weeks. RRPC officials will be wearing bright yellow safety vests, carry identification cards as well as RRPC business cards, and will have flashing lights on their vehicles.

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Effective Immediately, ALL VISITORS REGARDLESS OF COVID-19 VACCINE STATUS, SHALL WEAR FACE MASKS at Wallingford Town Hall, 75 School Street, Wallingford, VT regardless of COVID-19 vaccine status. Visitors are urged to use the hand sanitizer available in the lobby entrance. Please maintain 6-foot social distancing, limit 2 visitors per office, and stay home if sick or if you have been exposed to COVID-19.

No visitors are allowed inside the town garage. Visitors to the transfer station shall maintain 6-foot social distancing and wear face masks when approaching transfer station attendants.

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Over the last week or so, Rutland County Sheriff Dept has handled several burglary complaints targeting businesses and job trailers. The target of choice for this group is copper and power tools. There are persons of interest in these cases and Deputies are actively working the cases to hopefully make arrests in these cases. Please make sure to spread the word within your towns in order to make sure things are locked up. If you have job trailers etc. It might not be a bad idea to get some kind of surveillance on them in the form of trail cameras. I just wanted to make towns aware of the recent cases in order to take proactive measures. We believe the same suspects are responsible for the recent three cases in Proctor and Clarendon. In one of those cases a vehicle was taken and later recovered. Lt. James Bennick RC5 Rutland County Sheriff’s Department 88 Grove Street (Po Box 303) Rutland, VT 05701 Cell: 802-342-0067 Dispatch: 802-775-8002 Email: james.bennick@vermont.gov

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Town Hall will be closed Monday, September 6 in observance of Labor Day. The Selectboard meeting regularly scheduled for the first Monday of the month will instead be held on Tuesday, September 7.

The transfer station will be open from Noon to 5:00 p.m. on Labor Day.