Town Clerk office hours:  Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Friday, 8 a.m. to Noon.  Contact:  446-2336 or  After-hours mail slot is in the left-side door.  

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Description: Graduates

WES ~ Thursday, June 12th

MRUHS ~ Wednesday, June 11th  

yard waste disposal 
Sgt. Jason Allen from Rutland County Sheriff's Department is looking for an individual from town willing to serve as a spokesperson for a Neighborhood Watch program. There will be a meeting on June 9 at the RCSD office in Rutland. If you are interested, please contact Town Hall at 446-2872 or Sgt. Allen at 775-8002 or 342-7239.  

household hazardous waste days 
Free Household Hazardous Waste Day at the Transfer Station on Saturday, June 14 and Saturday, October 11 from 8:00 to 10:30 a.m.  Visit to learn the rules and accepted items.    

$15 off your elfin lake family pass  
Hurry in to the Town Clerk’s office to buy your family pass for the 2014 season at a discounted price!  
Wallingford residents:  Family pass:  $50 purchased by 6/20/14; $65 after 6/20.
Non residents:  Family pass:  $60 purchased by 6/20; $75 after 6/20.      NO REFUNDS! 
                                 Expires 6/20/14 at Noon! Lake Open for the Season

Daily rates:  $3 adults; $1.50 (2-18); under 2 free.
Telephone:  446-2496

Open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.  Free after 6 p.m.

Kayaks and Gas grills for rent. 

2014 wallingford recreation program  
Tara Goodell has been hired as Summer Recreation Program director. Anna Baker, Tyler Heffernan, Riley Phillips and Preston Phillips were hired as summer camp counselors/lifeguards. 

Program Details:

Offered to children who have completed K-6th grade.

The program will run during the following weeks: June 23-June 27; June 30- July 3 (4 days) July 28-August 1; August 4-8; August 11-15.  

Hours of operation: Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m. (actual rec. program hours will be 8:45 a.m. to about 4:15 p.m.).  

Children will need to bring their own snack, lunch, beverages, and sunscreen lotion.  We highly recommend that children bring a water bottle to be refilled throughout the day.  

Daily Schedule:

The schedule will be similar to that of previous year’s recreational programs.  We will begin our day at Wallingford Elementary School.  At 8:45 am, we will start morning activities.  Depending on the projects for the day— recycled-materials crafts, gardening, cooking, organized games, sports, or hiking-- we will either stay at the school or will walk down to the Wallingford Recreational Field.  After lunch, we will hike over to Elfin Lake for an afternoon of swimming and other beach activities.  At 4:00 p.m., we will walk back to Wallingford school. Children are expected to be picked up by 5:15 p.m.  On rainy days, we will stay at the school.   

Deadline for submission to the Wallingford News
 is the 23rd of each month.

 Registration Information & Fees:


Wallingford residents

Non residents

1 child



2 children



3 or more children



***The week of June 30th (4 days), fee will be $48 for residents and $52 for non- residents.

Early Bird Registration fee: $20 (per family) on or before 5/23/14.  After 5/23/14, the registration fee will be $25 per family.  This fee will reserve your child’s spot in the program.  Registration is limited to 45 children per week.  Weekly fees will be paid on the Monday of each week.   No refunds.  No partial payments.  You pay the weekly fee.  No exceptions.

Scholarships are available for Wallingford children upon request.  Forms can be obtained from the Town Administrator.  The deadline for scholarship applications is June 15th. 

Forms may be mailed or dropped off to either to Joan Lattuca at the Wallingford Elementary School or to Sandi Switzer at the Town Office. Please make checks payable to the Town of Wallingford.   For questions or more information, please call 446-2872. 

property transfers

Seller: Robert & Virginia Russell, Buyer: Nathan & Beth Dion, 5 Irish Lane, Assessed value: $161,600; Purchase price: $217,500. 

zoning permits issued  

Frances McNulty, 702 Creek Road, breezeway. 

Jill Ryan & Ellen McWard, 1178 Church Street, addition. 

Earl Rand, 317 Cross Road, garage. 

George Halford, 3451 Hartsboro Road, garage. 

Jeffrey Ahearn, 67 Hull Avenue, renovations. 

wallingford “walk and talk”

Thank you to everyone who joined in our Walkable Wallingford walk-and-talk on Saturday. Ideas, concerns, and arguments were aired; it was terrific. Some even asked if we might do it again in future. We will work with RRPC to take modest steps and build from there.

Please also note that the Planning Commission would enjoy having more people join us at our monthly meeting, on the 2nd Monday at 7 p.m. at Town Hall.

Ann Tiplady
Wallingford Planning Commission


vermont's free fishing day is saturday, june 14th

- the one day in the summer when residents and nonresidents may go fishing in the Green Mountain State without a fishing license.

wallingford fishing derby & clinic

Join us on Saturday, June 7th from 9 a.m. to Noon at the Glendenning pond on West Hill Road .  Come learn to fish, learn about fishing techniques and regulations, and maybe win a prize! Open to children up to age 14.  This clinic is sponsored by the Wallingford Memorial Rotary Club.

 summer recreation scholarship fund

The Town of Wallingford is seeking donations for the Summer Recreation Scholarship Fund.  Scholarships are awarded based on financial needs, and we hope we don’t have to turn away any Wallingford child due to financial need. 

The Town offers a five-week program starting June 23rd and the cost is $60 per week.  No donation is too small. 

If you’d like to make a donation, please send a check made payable to the Town of Wallingford Scholarship Fund, c/o Town Clerk’s Office, 75 School Street, Wallingford, VT.  Thank you!

Grievance period 
This is the time of year when the Town's Listers send out change of appraisal notices for new construction, additions, porches, etc.  Every property owner has a right to grieve their assessment whether they receive a change of appraisal or not.

Grievance hearings will be held on June 12th.  If you wish to grieve the value of your property, appointments can be made by calling 446-2336.  You will also need to submit a note in writing.  If you just want to review the information on file for your property, please stop by the town office for a copy.

planning a property improvement? ask about a permit first!  
With project season here, there is the rush to collect designs, contractor quotes, and financing.  DID YOU REMEMBER TO OBTAIN YOUR PERMITS?

Wallingford has both zoning regulations and a Town Plan.  These impact most property improvements with a total cost over $2,000. Subdivisions, new commercial activities, changes in use, and new driveways all require a local zoning permit.  Further, town permits are subject to a 15 day (minimum) appeal period, so schedule your work accordingly.

Wallingford's website ( includes the zoning regulations.  However, your questions are ALWAYS WELCOME; by contacting Jeff Biasuzzi, Zoning Administrator,    (802) 446-2974. 

{Please note that these meeting minutes are a brief summary and are not the final approved version.}

5/05/14. Present: B. Brooks, N. Tift, M. Tessier, T. Phillips, and G. Fredette  

The board reviewed the draft VLCT Drug & Alcohol Policy for Commercial Motor Vehicle Operators. Changes were made to it and it will be reviewed again at the next meeting.

Road Commissioner Phil Baker gave his monthly report.

Julie shared a proposed Investment Policy from VLCT, which was recommended by the professional auditors last fall. The Board approved the policy.

The board approved WES’s request to host a barbecue for 1st and 2nd graders at Elfin Lake on June 12.

A Health Reimbursement Agreement with Health Equity was approved.

R. Regula informed the board a tree fell at the transfer station and nearly hit Jim Regula. Steve Lanfear will be asked to visit the transfer station and remove any trees that pose a threat.

Revisions were made to the draft VLCT Town Facility Rental Agreement.

J. Sharon informed the board $172,000 in property tax delinquencies had been turned over to delinquent tax collector Lee Perry, compared to $152,000 last year.

The Conservation Commission will be notified of the board’s support of a kayak/canoe launch but question the need for a dog park.

A few people are concerned over a proposal to extend the Town Hall steeple by 4’ to accommodate cell tower antennas.

Randy Cole’s request for tax abatement will be heard before the Board of Abatement. 

Planning for future solar projects will be discussed with the Planning Commission at the next meeting.  

energy committee

Read them online at, Energy Committee.  

conservation commission  
04/28/14. Present: C. Macleod, R. Nimtz, D. Scranton, M. Pramuk, D. Klock and J. Burkett  

The meeting was held at Stone Meadow Recreation Area. 

Green Up Day activities for May 3rd were discussed. 

Ralph will pick up trees ordered by us from USDA on Saturday.  We ordered 1 bundle of Balsam Fir, 1 bundle of White Cedar, 2 bundles of American Cranberry, 1 bundle of Elderberry, and 1 bundle of Red Osier Dogwood.  

Available funds from budget - $127.15 (Includes donation by Michael W. Macleod-Ball)

 We spent most of the meeting walking the trails at Stone Meadow to determine maintenance required.


Stone Meadow Bird Walk, Sunday morning 5/11/14, 9-10:30 am.  

·         Mourning Dove, Downy Woodpecker

·         Hairy Woodpecker, Red Bellied Woodpecker

·         Blue Jay, American Crow

·         Chickadee, Tufted Titmouse

·         Robin, Song Sparrow

·         Cardinal, Red Winged Blackbird

·         Catbird, Yellow Warbler (at the pedestrian bridge)

·         Red Eyed Vireo, Carolina Wren

·         Northern Waterthrush (at the Boardwalk)

·         Great Crested Flycatcher, Oven Bird

·         Black Throated Green Warbler, Spotted Sandpiper (Elfin Lake), Flicker

·         Veery (led me down the Bog Trail)

·         Chestnut Sided Warbler, Blue Bird (in our nesting box)

prudential committee    
5/14/14. Present:  A. Sharp, S. Sendra, and K. Stocker 

Maureen gave an update on the project on South Main Street.  We have completed our portion and the two new hookups will be completed by the homeowners by the end of the week.

Jim has discovered one small water leak that will be taken care of this week in the kitchen area at the Lodge.  We have opened for the season, and we are booked up again this year for all weekends. 

The board again discussed the issue of buying firefighter plates for the vehicles of all the firefighters that was tabled at our last meeting.  Maureen could not find that we had done this in the past.  Therefore, the Board denied the request.

Maureen reported that the Fire Department received approval for an equipment grant from VLCT for $851.42 for some of the items they asked for; therefore, the department will have to match that amount.

The board reviewed all monthly financials and signed off on them.

wallingford elementary school    
4/24/14.  Present: K. Fredette, S. Pytlik, J. Rodgers, T. Lidstone, and P. Rondinone    

Music teacher, Kathy Luzader, presented three proposals for the High Notes Festival. Principal Lienhardt expressed concerns about educational purpose of the event. There was much discussion among the Board. Board members agreed that it would not be in the best interests of the students to eliminate the celebration following the event in this case, but future events should be scrutinized thoughtfully to stay in line with policy.  The Board approved attending the Music Festival at Rutland followed by a celebratory field trip to Great Escape.

The Board discussed advertising for contractors and costs of designs for the Renovation/Efficiency project. The Board prioritized and eliminated components to lower the cost of the overall project.  NBF Architects was hired.

The Board approved a $100 payment payable to the town for the workers at the polls for the bond affirmation vote.

The Board approved creating a Principal Search Committee. Dana also presented a draft timeline for the search process.

Principal Lienhardt gave a report on Earth Day activities

I will be meeting with Ken, Jay, and Jeff Forward from Efficiency Vermont this afternoon to review loan opportunities for the lighting piece of the project and to begin discussion of next steps (assuming the vote is favorable on Tuesday). You folks have done a remarkable job of organizing the campaign to get out the vote, huge KUDOS!

Ken gave a brief update on VSBA. 

The Board discussed the kiln that they previously agreed to accept from Mill River. They no longer wish to accept it. 

The Board approved restoring the Pre-K Director position to .75 FTE to maintain STAR certification and given the anticipated increase in enrollment.

5/08/14.  Present: K. Fredette, S. Pytlik, J. Rodgers, T. Lidstone, and P. Rondinone    

Shannon reported that the appraisal is in progress on the Little Red Schoolhouse.  

Ken reported on the solar grant application process.  Approval was given to apply. The Board discussed hiring someone local with experience as the general contractor.

The contract with NBF signed.  The list of qualified contractors is due in on May 15th.

Third readings were warned for H2 Parental Involvement, H5 Visits by Community Members or News Media & H8 Idling of Motor Vehicles. 

The board will interview the final three candidates for principal.

Current enrollment is:  143.  Preschool= 23 (7- 3/4 and 16 -4/5), K= 14, 1st = 23, 2nd = 17, 3rd = 16, 4th  = 15,5th =16, 6th = 19.

The Board adopted the resolution to update the signatures on the Peoples United deposit account.

A meeting is scheduled at WES on Friday, May 9th to discuss both the Winter Sports Program and the World Language Program.

wallingford seniors  
Foot and blood pressure clinic on Wednesday, June 4th at 10:30 a.m. at the Wallingford House.  

Remember the Seniors’ lunch every Monday at Noon at the Rotary.  Contact Linda Weightman at 446-2301.  

  RSVP Bone Builders           

at the Gilbert Hart Library Tuesday & Thursday at 8:30 a.m.

low impact aerobics/stretch and tone class 
Gilbert Hart Library 
Every Wednesday & Friday at 10:00 a.m.  
Instructor Annie Robbins 446-2343

the gilbert hart library 
Summertime, summertime, and the living is easy enough to spend time with some of your favorite authors who have been releasing books just in time for reading on the beach, at the campground, or late into the evening as you enjoy the cool breezes on your favorite porch.  We are able to place titles on hold, request from other libraries, and will order what you want...just let us know!  The Vermont Department of Libraries sponsored summer reading program gets underway at the end of this month.  This year the theme is Fizz, Boom, Read! =science, scientists and more.  We'll be adding programs around that theme to our regularly scheduled story time, Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m., beginning June 24th.  Several special programs for children are being planned during the six weeks that follow, so watch for more information and be sure to pick up a reading record and special bookmark (complete with program dates and times) sometime in June. 

We are your library for the Read & Win! program again this summer, giving opportunities for readers grades K-8 to get admission to the Champlain Valley Fair by reading three books over the summer...for teens and adults, our book discussion has taken on a science theme as well this month.  Copies of This Dark Endeavor by Kenneth Oppel are available now, and the discussion will take place Wednesday July 2 at 3:30 pm.  This is a story of a teen, Victor Frankenstein in 18th century Geneva who takes off on a quest to create an Elixir of Life.  The discussion will feature tie-ins to other books, both classic and contemporary, along this same theme.  So stop on by, check things out and..Spark A Reaction! when you read!

Library Hours
Tues:              10 - 5:00
Wed:              10 – 8:00
Thurs & Fri:   10 – 5:00
Saturday:         9 – 12:00

hart lines

Sales were brisk and steady at our annual plant sale on May 17th – a day predicted to be rainy and cool, but was a gift of warm sun and pleasantness. We could even buy our plants and go home and put them in the ground! On this day, we always are reminded of the day we woke up to an inch of snow on the ground! 

There were also books on sale, along with plants, and the book-sale room did not see the sales we need to reduce our stockpile of books. Quite a few food and garden books were snatched up by plant buyers, however. The book sale continues in the Klock Room, with used books of all kinds at a very reasonable price. Take a look when you are next at the Library.

Coming up sometime this summer is a possible trip to Edith Wharton’s home in Lenox, Ma. There are beautiful flower gardens as well as an interesting house to see. Ms. Wharton was the author of several books, Ethan Frome and Age of Innocence among others. Admission to the house and garden is $16.00 per person, and meals and other amenities are extra. No date has been set; we prefer to go when gardens are at their best, if possible. If any of you readers are interested in going along, please sign up at the Library so we can keep you informed. We will be taking private cars to get there.

The Library plans to hold a book sale, as we have many of those in our downstairs area, on Saturday, June 21st. And what could be more appropriate?

The next date for a Friend’s meeting is June 11th at 1:00 p.m.  

Whist parties have been scheduled for Friday, June 13th at 7:00 p.m. and Friday, June 27th at 7:00 p.m. Carol Pratt is still in charge: call her at 446-2843.


Historical Society

All are invited to our ribbon cutting ceremony at the Railroad Section House Number 14 in East Wallingford to be held on June 24th at 7 p.m. Please park at the parking lot of the old creamery and walk down. The building is located on Sugar Hill Road behind Buster Seward’s house. After viewing the building, please join us at the Mason hall and learn about the history of the building. Any questions, please call Joyce Barbieri at 446-2614.  

For more information on upcoming programs, membership opportunities, publications and photo galleries, visit our website at:
or contact President Joyce Barbieri.

events for the maple valley grange # 318 on route 7 in south wallingford  
The Maple Valley Grange now has clothing shed outside its property where you can drop off your clean, wearable clothing.  The Maple Valley Grange will receive income from collecting the clothes!

Every Thursday Martial Arts at 6:30 p.m.    

Hall Rental -- $150 plus $50 deposit.  Contact Beth Sheehe at 342-6070.   


Bingo on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month.  Doors open at 5:00 p.m.; games start at 5:45 p.m.  Come and support your local grange.  Any questions, please call 802-342-6070.

constable news 
I just wanted to let you know I created a page on Facebook, similar to what other agencies are doing, to let residents have an easier way to communicate and express concerns.  It's under "Wallingford Constables Office."                        Jerry Tift, Constable 802-353-2378  

wallingford volunteer fire department news  
Annual Tag Sale – June 21 & 22.  Donations accepted and picked up.  Call 446-2295 for more information or to arrange up.

We would also like to thank all for supporting our BBQ and Raffle. The lucky winner of $301 from the 50/50 raffle was Jillian Earle from Dollar General.

Jr. Firefighters – Age 13-18 – Senior Firefighters – Age 18 - ?   We will train.  Volunteers needed -- Age 13- seniors for Fundraisers, work details, events!  Contact John Thomson at 353-0996 for details.

Seniors are certainly welcome to join and help us with fundraisers also. Contact Charlie Gauthier at 353-0996.

the 1st congregational church of wallingford news  
May 29th at 3:00

Social event at the Wallingford House sponsored by the deacons.

June 1st at 11:15 in Fellowship Hall (following morning worship).  A Presentation by Kara Fitzgerald and Ryan Wood-Beauchamp, owners of Evening Farm Song and residents of Wallingford, will present a program on Sustainable Agriculture, Organic Gardening, and CSA’S. Open to the public.

June 15th: Children’s Sunday 

Worship at 10:00 will include children and youth as leaders including 6th grade musicians offering “What a Wonderful World”.   A picnic will follow. All invited.

June 21st Church and Community-Wide Tag Sale

FCCW will include a Tag Sale, Rummage Sale, and Bake Sale. 


By Time Sale; Interest Free
South Main Street
~ Wallingford, VT 
Call Charles Gauthier at 353-0996  

Terms: 20% down; balance paid in 10 monthly payments. Deed will be written when last payment is made. If APPLICANT FAILS TO MAKE FINAL PAYMENT AS AGREED, APPLICANT WILL FORFEIT 20% DOWN PAYMENT.  ANY ADDITIONAL MONEY PAID WILL BE RETURNED TO APPLICANT.  



Tinmouth Pond Camp for Sale – 9 West Shore Drive  
Call 802-446-2902  
Or for weekly rental $500


2014 legislative summary           by rep. dave potter 
The 2014 session ended May 10th, a week short of the 18 weeks that were budgeted. This saved Vermont taxpayers about $250,000.   

The final proposed FY 2015 budget came in at $5.5 billion, a 4.1% increase. The largest slice, $3.6 billion, is for human services, of which $2.5 billion comes to us from the feds.  A record $665 million Transportation Budget will help to improve our roads, bridges, rail network, and state airports.  Several economic development initiatives were passed, including $5 million for a VT Enterprise Investment Fund to keep existing large businesses from leaving the state and also to help new businesses with entrepreneurial startup lending.  $1.5 million was appropriated for Working Lands Investment in agriculture and forestry. 

Several individual bills may be of interest.  H.112, a GMO labeling law, was passed and will go into effect in 2016. Legal challenges are expected to follow. H.552 raises the minimum wage over four years to $10.50, helping low wage working Vermonters.  I voted with the minority against it, but a study around the legalization of marijuana in VT passed.  An opiate bill, S.295, changed the way pretrial services, risk assessment, and justice programs for opiate offenders are handled.  The budget also added $10 million in new treatment and recovery services. A regional school consolidation bill, which many constituents asked to oppose, never made it to the finish line. 

As part of two new traffic safety initiatives, I was appointed by the House Speaker chair of the conference committee that agreed with the Senate for a “Ban on Hand Held Cellphone Use While Driving”.  Look for a public education campaign prior to this law becoming effective October 1st.   I also sponsored, and was on the House Conference Committee for H.501, a bill to help lawenforcement better deal with the problem of “Drugged Driving”, an issue that has come to the fore-front recently in our greater community.

This is a sampling of the couple hundred bills passing the VT Legislature this year.  For details on any or all the bills, please google the VT Legislature Web Page, or contact me directly at PO Box 426, North Clarendon, VT 05759, or call 802 438-5385.

Have a great summer.                              Rep. Dave Potter  

financial assistance program available at rutland regional  
Rutland Regional Medical Center has developed a Financial Assistance Program (FAP) to assist eligible patients who have incurred expenses for services received due to illness or injury. Eligible hospital expenses must meet the following criteria:

There is no medical insurance coverage or patient is underinsured for services.  All insurance must have been billed and benefits paid to Rutland Regional. 

Expenses must have been medically necessary. 

Assistance is provided on a sliding scale based on household income as compared to the Federal Poverty Guidelines. Once application is approved, we will apply the financial assistance to dates of service 240 days (8 months) back and 1 year forward from the approval date. Catastrophic situations will be looked
at individually. 

No FAP eligible individual will be charged more for emergency or other medically necessary care than the amounts generally billed to insurance companies.

For an application, assistance in completing the application or general questions about your bill, you may contact:  Financial Counselors at 802.747.1648 or

Patient Account Representatives at 802.747.1751 or 802.747.1881 or

Or go to for a Financial Assistance Application or to view our policy and procedure    


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Vermont Country Homes

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Mason's Property & Lawncare Maintenance



(802) 770-4741

Roaring Brook Furniture

(802) 446-2355

Donna Wilkins Photography



Portraits, Edited Photo Art, Landscapes & More

(802) 446-2494

Charlie's Cleaning Angels



Business & residential cleaning

(802) 353-0996

Aldous Funeral Home



(802) 773-6252

Neighborworks Heat Squad

(802) 438-2303

Thrive Center of the Green Mountains

Donohue DC


Chiropractic Care, Therapeutic Massage, Holistic Health Education, etc.

(802) 446-2499

Donohue MA LMT

Lisa Marie

Klockworks Photography & Gallery



(802) 446-2768



Electrician - residential & commercial - licensed/insured

(802) 446-3309



Alterations, Mending, General Sewing

(802) 446-2290

Pranger, CPA, MBA


Certified Public Accountant

(802) 446-2066

C-21 Bird Real Estate



Sales Associate

(802) 468-3200

Modular Designs, Inc.



Floor Plans for Senior Living, Multi-Families, Etc.


Northeast Land & Trading Co.



Land Trade


Bill Lohsen Plumbing & Heating



Repairing, Remodeling, New Work

(802) 446-2931

Circle F Stables



Horse Boarding, Riding Lessons

(802) 446-2665

Versatile Drywall LLC



Residential & Commercial

(802) 446-2916

Southwestern VT Energy Savers



A Division of BROC

(802) 665-1750

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