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The Town of Wallingford has a vacant fire warden posted. Anyone interested in serving in this 5-year position should contact the town administrator at or call 446-2872. The Town is responsible for making a recommendation to the state for appointment.

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If you are interested in serving on the Wallingford Planning Commission or Development Review Board, please contact Planning Chair Erika Berner at or call 446-2974.

The planning commission term runs through 2023 and the DRB terms is thru 2024.

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Mark your calendars! 

The Friends of Gilbert Hart Library will be holding our annual Plant/Book/Bake Sale on Saturday, May 21 from 9:00 to noon outside the library.  Lots of lovely annuals and perennials to choose from (and if you gardeners have any plants, bulbs or garden starts to donate, that would be greatly appreciated!) as well as homemade baked goods, and plenty of reading material to get you and your family through the summer.  We are also holding our annual Basket Raffle!  The baskets will include gardening goodies like seeds, hand tools and gift certificates, and will be on display at the front desk, where tickets can be purchased, beginning May 1.  Only 75 tickets will be sold at $5.00 each.  We are also holding a silent auction for a portable greenhouse, the Outsunny Portable Greenhouse Walk-In!  You may come to the library beginning May 1 to see photos of it and place your bid. 

We hope to see you at the Gilbert Hart Library on May 21 to pick up your garden plants and support the Gilbert Hart Library!

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Stone Bench Project 2022

June 27 – July 8

Have you ever carved stone? The Carving Studio and Sculpture Center will offer local young people (age 13-19) the chance to carve and build a stone bench to be installed in Wallingford. Participants will gain a solid skill basis in lettering, architectural and sculptural stone working, as well as an appreciation for the industrial history of the Marble Valley region.

The workshop, scheduled for Mondays-Fridays, June 27-July 8, 2022, is free and limited to ten students.

To apply, please send a brief statement explaining how this experience will benefit you to: or CSSC Bench Project, P.O. Box 495, West Rutland, VT 05777. Application deadline is May 16.

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Wallingford Day will be here before we know it and our Events & Communications Committees are working hard with planning for a wonderful day.

As usual we ask all residents who want to have a tag sale to do so that day from 9 A.M. to 2 P.M.

In the past we have asked for pallets to be decorated, but this year we would like to use Sunflowers as our theme. The Ukrainian people are suffering and we would like to show our support in what they are going through. Make some sort of display in front of your home incorporating the Sunflower. If your display is small, like a painting or flower arrangement, let us know and we will try to find a local business to display your art work. Let’s make Wallingford light up with yellow!

We have a big job making Wallingford Day a success and we can use your help. We are only asking you for a few hours on that day. You could help out at the children’s game carnival or assist in setting up for a scavenger hunt. We can also use monetary donations if you can’t spare your time.

We would love to have our local businesses do something special that day, maybe pizza slices, donuts, hot dogs or ice cream sundaes. Even if it’s just for a few hours that will keep people walking around town.

Maybe our local American Legion can set something up in their park. They can talk about the Howitzer or talk about the people from Wallingford that served in the military.

Our Communications Committee will once again set up a Silent Auction at the library and if you would like to donate an auction item please let us know.

Finally we will be having the annual Lawrence Kaminski Fireworks display which is the highlight of the evening.

We would appreciate any ideas you have for that day and any time or donation you can give to make this day enjoyable for all.

Please contact us at with suggestions or sign up to help with time or donations.

Thank you very much.

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It’s that time again.  Green Up day 2022. Green Up bags and sign-ups will be held at Wallingford’s Gilbert Hart Library on Rte 7 in Wallingford on May 7, 2022 from 8 AM to Noon.  Filled bags and other “trashy” stuff can be brought to the Wallingford Transfer Station which is open Saturdays 8-noon, Mondays and Wednesdays noon-5 pm.  If you are not able to make it to the Library on May 7th, call me and we can arrange sign ups and bag pickup at a more convenient time for you.  Carol Macleod at 802-446-2658 (home) or 802-779-1778 (cell).

Picking up Trash – Safety First:  Wear gloves.  Tie up filled bags.  Check for Ticks when you get home.  If you find syringes and needles, Don’t Touch the Needle and carefully place the syringe and needle in a glass or heavy plastic container.  Don’t let Kids pickup syringes.  Get an Adult.  Road Caution – Always face oncoming traffic.

2022 GREEN UP DAY CHALLENGE –  CLEAN EVERY MILE.  In 2021 volunteers greened up 77.6% of VT’s 13,056 miles of town roads.  With your help to rally more volunteers, we can reach our 100% goal!

Looking forward to seeing you on May 7, 2022!

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LEGAL VOTERS OF Wallingford Fire District No. 2 are hereby warned to meet at the Fire Station in East Wallingford, Vt., at 8:00 PM on Monday, April 25, 2022.

To transact the following business:

1. To act upon the reports to be submitted.

2. To elect a clerk.

3. To elect a treasurer and tax collector.

4. To vote a tax rate or lump sum of money.

5. To elect one member of the Prudential Committee for 3 years.

6. To elect a Fire Chief.

7. To elect an assistant Fire Chief.

8. To elect an Auditor for 2 years.

9. To see if the District will vote a donation to the Mt. Holly Rescue Squad.

10. To discuss the purchase and payment of turnout gear.

11. To transact any other necessary business.

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Assessor John Tiffany with the assistance of Joe Zingale will be conducting inspections Thursday, March 24 and Friday, March 25, 2022 on behalf of the Town of Wallingford. The assessor will have NEMRC identification on his vehicle. NEMRC (New England Municipal Resource Center) provides assessor/lister services for the Town.