The annual meeting for the East Wallingford Fire District #2 will be held on Monday April 26, 2021 at 8:00 PM at the East Wallingford Firehouse located at 5988 Route 140 East. Masks and sanitizer will be made available. Any questions, please contact the treasurer Karen Smith at 802-259-2615.
The Town of Wallingford is seeking estimates from qualified contractors to prime and paint all Town Hall exterior wood surfaces. To review the Request for Proposal, visit the Documents page or click the link: https://www.wallingfordvt.com/documents/
Wallingford Town Hall will close at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 8. Town Hall will reopen Monday, April 12 at 8:00 a.m. Please plan accordingly.
The Conservation Commission will be distributing bags for Green Up Day and coordinating a participant sign-up on Saturday, May 1 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Gilbert Hart Library. For more information, contact Carol Macleod at 446-2658.
VT Dept of Housing and Community Development’s Downtown Dev. Board approved the Town of Wallingford’s village designation renewal applications for Wallingford Village, East Wallingford and South Wallingford. The designations will remain in place through July of 2029.
For more information on the benefits of Village Center Designation as well as maps of the three villages, click the link below:
The Town of Wallingford is accepting lifeguard, concession stand and summer recreation program counselor applications for the upcoming season in the event that programs operate this year. Applications are available on the Documents page of this website or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 446-2872 to request an application.
In contested races, MRUUSD Results:
Bruce Moreton – 216 elected
Maria French – 272 re-elected
Erika Berner – 200
Julie Petrossi – 197
Theresa Biasuzzi – 43
Kathy Luzader – 258 elected
Anthony Petrossi – 144
Patricia Pranger – 89
Uncontested races: Bruce Duchesne re-elected to Selectboard; Elaine Warzocha and Barbara Kaminski elected as auditors; Tammy Heffernan re-elected as moderator; and Dave Ballou re-elected as Trustee of Public Funds.
Municipal budget, Scholarship and Tax Payment articles approved.
Wallingford Assessor John Tiffany will be assisted by NEMRC’s Joseph Zingale and David Ingelse addressing Building Permits starting the week of March 1. Mr. Zingale and Mr. Ingelse will be handling the inspections. They have IDs and signs on their vehicles. When they are done, property owners will receive a change of value notice in the spring.
The public informational hearing for the proposed FY’22 budget and Town Meeting articles scheduled for Monday, March 1, 2021 at 7 p.m. will be conducted remotely via electronic means. The public will be able to access and participate in the remote hearing. Please note that whether you join by telephone, computer, or other device, you may be put on hold or in a waiting “room” until granted access to the hearing. You also may be muted or restricted from using any chat function until the public comment portion of the hearing. NOTE, please do not try to join the meeting any earlier than 6:30 p.m. as you will not be admitted.
Instructions to access the Informational Meeting Agenda may be found in your annual Town Report on pages 11-13 or on the Selectboard page of this website:
The Wallingford Town Hall will be closed on Thursday, February 25th from Noon to 1 p.m.