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GREEN UP DAY IS SATURDAY, MAY 4, 2024.  BAGS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED IN FRONT OF THE GILBERT HART LIBRARY.

WHERE:  IN FRONT OF GILBERT HART LIBRARY ON MAIN STREET IN WALLINGFORD.

WHEN:  9 AM TO 12ish

DISPOSAL:  WALLINGFORD TOWN TRANSFER STATION

IF YOU WANT TO GET BAGS EARLIER OR AFTER SATURDAY MAY 4th, call Carol Macleod at 802-446-2658 and pickup or delivery and number of bags will be determined.

BE CAREFUL – DON’T PUT SHARP OBJECTS IN BAGS, WEAR GLOVES, HAVE FUN!

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Wallingford Recreation

needs your help!

WORKDAY at Meadow Street Park

April 27 @ 9 AM

We will be working on the grounds maintenance, cleaning up debris and trash, repairing the baseball fields and hoeing out the sheds!

Bring work gloves if you have them!

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Wallingford Fire District No. 1

WARNING

April 16, 2024

The legal voters of Fire District No. 1, Wallingford, Vermont are hereby warned to meet at the Wallingford Fire Station (17 Railroad Street) on Tuesday, April 16, 2024 at 7:00 pm. for the Annual Fire District Meeting to act upon the following articles.

Article 01.  Will the District vote to approve and authorize the Prudential Committee to expend the specific amounts of monies to be appropriated for all necessary Water/Sewer Fund expenses and apportioned by the Prudential Committee for the several purposes provided as per the proposed 2024-2025 Fiscal Year Budget in the amount of $467,037.33?

Article 02.  Will the District vote to approve and authorize the Prudential Committee to expend the specific amounts of monies to be appropriated for all necessary General Fund expenses and apportioned by the Prudential Committee for the several purposes provided as per the proposed 2024-2025 Fiscal Year Budget in the amount of $87,210.00?

Article 03.  Will the District vote to approve and authorize the Prudential Committee to expend the specific amounts of monies to be appropriated for all necessary Fire Protection Fund expenses and apportioned by the Prudential Committee for the several purposes provided as per the proposed 2024-2025 Fiscal Year Budget in the amount of $158,080.00? 

Article 04.  Will the District vote to have all Fire District Taxes, Water Bond, Water/Sewer Rents payable to the Wallingford Fire District #1 when due?

Article 05.  Will the District authorize the Prudential Committee to borrow such monies as may be necessary to meet the operation expenses of the District?

Article 06.  To elect all Fire District Officers required by law.

Article 07.  Will the District vote to approve the reports as submitted?

Article 8.  To act on any legal and necessary business.

The Prudential Committee:

Kandie Stocker      
William Brooks      
Kevin Vaughn         

Wallingford, Vermont: Dated this 13th day of March, 2024

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Selectboard-2 yr: Carolyn Behrendt 443

Selectboard-3 yr: Rob Barker 379; Bruce Duchesne 184

MRU-3 yr: Bruce Moreton 257; Grey Wicker 300; Sarah Wicker 310

MRU-1 yr: Pat Bowen 476

Article II: Yes 499; No 69

Article III: Yes 504; No 55

Article IV: Yes 418; No 142

Article V: Yes 430; No 129

Article VI: Yes 443; No 111

Article VII: Yes 501; No 55

Presidential Primary Results https://www.wallingfordvt.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/03/20240305202732803.pdf

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Town Hall Concert Series. The Wallingford Town Hall Concert Series continues with a great Irish tradition of Extra Stout just in time for St. Patrick’s celebrations on Wednesday, March 13, 2024; River Mountain Valley Boys featuring Wallingford’s own Sumio Seo will perform acoustic country and folk on April 10, 2024.

All concerts start at 7:00 p.m. with suggested donations of $15 per person with proceeds going to performers. Please support local live music.

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Emergency Mgt Director Jim Bagnall delivered a supply of nitrile gloves & N95 respirators from the Army National Guard to Town Hall if you need anything or know of someone who could use these items.
Town Hall is open Mondays thru Thursdays from 8 am until 4:30 p.m.

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NEW!! Thanks to efforts by the Conservation Commission, the transfer station has partnered with the Trex Plastic Film Recycling Program to provide special bins to accept:  grocery bags, bread bags, bubble wrap, dry cleaning bags, newspaper sleeves, ice bags, plastic shipping envelopes, zip-lock and other re-closable food storage bags, cereal bags, case overwrap, salt bags, pallet wrap and stretch film, wood pellet bags, produce bags.  As with all recycling, the materials should be relatively CLEAN. These items must go in the specially marked bins and NOT mixed with Zero Sort. Trex does NOT accept pet food bags, mesh/net produce bags, pool covers, frozen food bags, candy bar wrappers, chip bags, six pack rings, vinyl shower curtains (see transfer station employees if you have questions).

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Vermont Veterans’ Home officials requested towns post links on municipal websites to VVH’s website in order to help increase awareness about the programs offered to service men and women. For more information, visit http://vvh.vermont.gov/

You may also find the link from this website by clicking on Community at the top of the home page and then clicking on Helpful Links. You will find Vermont Veterans’ Home under the State of Vermont list.