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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. 

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Reminder, the municipal swimming facilities at Elfin Lake are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Swimmers assume all risk should they choose to swim or gather at Elfin lake.  

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 The Board of Civil Authority for the Town of Wallingford will open and process early/absentee ballots through the voter tabulator machine on Monday, August 10, 2020 starting at 1:30 p.m. in the Town Clerk’s Office at the Town Hall at 75 School Street, Wallingford, VT 05773 Title 17 V.S.A. §2546a

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The Town of Wallingford Selectboard is seeking to fill the position of Zoning Administrator. This is a 4 hour a week position (approximately), with office hours one morning or afternoon each week (no Friday hours), evening Planning Commission meetings, and occasional Development Review Board meetings. If interested, send a Letter of Interest along with an application detailing qualifications to:

Wallingford Town Administrator 75 School Street Wallingford, VT 05773 Deadline for submission is Monday, July 20 at 4:30 p.m. For more information or an application, email townadmin@wallingfordvt.com or call (802)446-2872

Specific Duties and Responsibilities 1. All duties and responsibilities as required under 24 V.S.A. § 4448 (as amended from time to time). 2. Administer and literally interpret Town of Wallingford Zoning Bylaws. 3. Receive, review, and act on all permit applications in accordance with state statutes. 4. Record permits and memoranda of other official actions, as required, with the Town Clerk. 5. Advise the Development Board of Review on applications for conditional use and variances, and attend DRB hearings as appropriate. 6. Attend Planning Commission meetings and provide support. 7. Provide information with regard to zoning regulations to prospective permit applicants and advise applicants of their responsibility to contact state and federal programs from which they may need to obtain other permits. 8. Investigate and enforce as necessary alleged violations of municipal regulations and ordinances. 9. Perform site visits as required. 10. Other duties as may be required.

Qualifications • Municipal planning, development review, and/or zoning administration experience preferred; or experience in a similar position. • Competence in office software (Word, Excel, database management). • Excellent written and oral communication skills. • Ability to work well with people. • Ability to work independently. • High level of analytical skills, with the ability to accurately comprehend, interpret, process, and present detailed information and data to applicants, the general public, and professionals. • Ability to conduct site review, land use and public health investigations, and document research. • Strong customer service orientation. • Possession of valid driver’s license with clean record to meet travel requirements.  

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Intermittent Water Service Outage On Tuesday, July 7th, the residents of Highland Estates, Meadow Street, Shedd Place, Florence Ave, South Main Street – Even Numbered Houses from Florence Ave to Church Street (4 Houses) can expect an intermittent water service outage as the Water Department will be repairing a leak on South Main Street. The outage will only affect the residents on Highland Estates, Meadow Street, Shedd Place, Florence Ave, South Main Street – Even Numbered Houses from Florence Ave to Church Street (4 Houses). If a boil water is needed the Water Department will hand deliver the notices to anyone affected. Please call Chris Hayes at 802-793-9429 if you have any questions or concerns.