Dover Historical Society seeking an intern with an interest in history, good customer service and organizational skills, and recording of artifacts. Call (802) 464-2848. Dan Baliotti, President. 6/20
Abbott's Glen Country Inn in Halifax. Looking for mature and reliable person for housekeeping and food service. Candidate must have some weekend availability. Positions available immediately. (802) 368-2525. 6/13
Part-time electrical apprentice. Weekends are a must. Transportation provided from Stamford, VT. Must work in a neat and orderly fashion. Pay depends on experience. Call Tom at (802) 694-1272. 6/13
Dishwasher mornings and weekends, Please send resume to Innkeeper@nutmeginn.com or contact the Nutmeg Inn (802)464-3907. 6/20
Swan Electric Inc. in Wilmington, VT is seeking the very best electricians to join our team. Residential and commercial experience required. Vermont Journeyman and/or Master Electrician license preferred. We offer full-time employment, paid vacation, health benefits, 401K, 4-day work week. Please call (802) 464-2499 to inquire or email resume to email@example.com. 6/27
Housekeeping applications being accepted. Will train to our client specification. Must be able to work individually as well as part of a team. Reliable transportation required. Call Allen (802) 464-1482. CB
Home repair. Can't find someone for a small repair or paint job? No job too small for me. Interior / exterior repair, decks, paint jobs. (802) 319-0114. 6/13
Housekeeping and carpet cleaning. Readsboro to Stratton. Bennington to Brattleboro. Ma's (802) 464-1482 or firstname.lastname@example.org. CB
Do Yourself a Favor! Redeem your Vermont returnable cans and bottles at D & K's Redemption Center, Route 30, Jamaica, VT. Open 10 am to 4 pm everyday but Monday. Easy access with drive-up windows and doors for easy unloading. No limits. Also, bottle drives welcome. Call (802) 874-4160. CB
VALLEY CAB SERVICES
LOCAL, LONG DISTANCE, AND AIRPORT RUNS.
Call Chris Cooke at
(802) 348-7827. CB
items for sale
Olympic weight set, weight tree additional accessory, $100. Two folding walking golf carts, $20 each. Larry (802) 464-6453 . 6/13
Nice furniture. Very good condition. Maple dresser with pull-out desk drawer, $95; twin bed white frame, box spring and mattress, $75; entertainment center, 6' x 34" x 20". $125. (802) 464-2958. 6/20
1988 Ram Charger with plow. Small boat trailer, compressor, radial band saw, chop saw, circular saws, drills. (802) 464-7805. CB
Rent garage space for $150 . Call (732) 598-1810. 6/13
real estate for sale
Handyman’s dream, and priced to sell at $59,000. Eleven rooms, two baths, two kitchens (rental potential). Lots of storage/workspace, walk- in closets, two garages, in the village of Readsboro. In snowmobile country, and Mount Snow summer and winter sports. Terms possible. Please call, (401)787-3771. 6/13
Commercial space for rent. Perfect for small business. Great location between Mount Snow and Stratton on Route 100 in West Wardsboro. $400. Utilities included. Call (802) 380-6919 for details. 6/13
Mount Snow Market Place has office space for rent. On the Valley Trail, MOOver stop, snow removal contractor on premises, short- or long-term lease. Call Adam at (802) 464-7771. CB
One-room offices with waiting room and private bath. $300 to $450 per month. Heat, hot water, electric, and parking included. Located between the Health Center and the White House. Cleos (802) 464-5295. CB
Houses for rent
For rent- new remodeled, unfurnished three-bedroom, two-bath house. Washer, dryer, fireplace, dishwasher, wrap-around deck, deck off of the master bedroom. Electric, plowing included. Walking distance to MOOver stop. $1,500 monthly plus $1,000 security deposit. (802) 464-2462. 6/27
Two-bedroom, one-and-one-half-bath house for rent. Lots of features. $1,000 per month. Call (802) 558-5853. CB
Three-bedroom, two-bathroom house on MOOver route. No smoking, washer, dryer, dishwasher, gas range, microwave, and whirlpool tub. $1,000. (732) 598-1810. 6/13
Whitingham, secluded, dead-end road. Two-bedroom house, one bath. On VAST trail. (203) 247-2101. 6/13
rooms for rent
Roommate wanted for house in Wilmington. Four-bedroom, three-bathroom 1800s house in Wilmington. Located off Higley Hill Road close to Lake Raponda and Route 100. Two rooms available immediately. Working professionals preferred. Sunroom, garage/workshop, great room, washer, dryer. Located on private quiet road. $500 per month. (802)-464-1153. 7/18
Furnished room, TV and cable, all utilities, Wi-Fi, kitchen usage. Quiet private home. Midvalley in wooded area. One mile from the MOOver. Singles only, $390 per month. Call (802) 464-2600. 6/27
Quiet, custom home, mile from Mount Snow. Two bedrooms and sleeping loft. Full kitchen, fireplace, washer, dryer, large yard. $1,400 month, utilities included. (Note: separate apartment in lower level with private entrance and separate parking.) Janerite@verizon.net. 6/13
Available immediately beautiful three-bedroom, two-bath apartment. Overlooks town of Wilmington. Duplex apartment, fireplace, granite kitchen, porch apartment. Call (802) 464-0324. 7/18
Available immediately- cozy, furnished studio. MOOver route, three miles south of Mount Snow. Single occupancy preferred. Utilities included. Summer rent $525 monthly, first and deposit. (802) 780-7555. 6/13
For rent- Unfurnished two-bedroom, one-bathroom basement apartment with fireplace. Includes heat, electric, hot water, plowing. Within walk of MOOver. $700 monthly, $700 security. No pets. (802) 464-2462. 6/13
Quiet two-bedroom, unfurnished, mile from Mount Snow. Lower level custom-built home. Separate entrance, 2 parking spaces, dishwasher, storage, yard, snow plowing. Year’s lease. Impeccable references First month’s rent and security. $880 including utilities. Janerite@verizon.net. 6/13
Rental downtown studio apartment on the MOOver route, heat and parking included. $500 monthly, first, last and security. Available immediately. Year round or seasonal lease. (802) 380-0191. 6/27
West Wardsboro one-bedroom and loft apartment for rent. Utilities not included. $575. Call (802) 380-6919 for details. 6/13
Wilmington- nice duplex apartment in two-family house in town. Near everything. Available immediately. (802) 464-0324. 6/13
Wilmington- small apartment in quiet Castle Hill building. Perfect for one person. Available immediately. (802) 464-0324. 6/13
Long- and short-term rentals, seasonal, year-round, also commercial rentals. Contact Janet at (802) 464-5618, Boyd Real Estate at (802) 464-5957, email email@example.com or visit www.BoydRealEstateVT.com. 7/25
Nicely renovated apartment building - one-bedroom, large unique apartment with high ceilings. Available immediately. Wilmington center on MOOver route. Heat and hot water included, $800. Two one-bedroom apartments and one studio apartment available in same building. Great places, honest landlord, good prices. Call for more information (917) 693-1425. CB
Two-room studio apartment for rent. Year-round, $550 per month. Heat, electric, and gas for stove included. No smokers or pets. Call (802) 464-0332. CB
NOTICE OF TAX SALE
The resident and non-resident owners, lien holders and mortgagees of lands in the Town of Whitingham in the County of Windham are hereby notified that the taxes and/or sewer fees assessed by such Town for the years 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 remain, either in whole or in part, unpaid on the following described lands in such town, to wit:
1. Being lands and premises located on VT Route 100, in the Town of Whitingham, as conveyed to ANITA J. BURKITT, by Warranty Deed of Gary D. Izzo dated August 29, 1983, recorded September 1, 1983 in Whitingham Land Records Book 69, Page 397 (Tax Parcel No. 07-0568);
2. Being lands and premises located at 597 Gates Pond Road, in the Town of Whitingham, as conveyed to KENNETH BUTLER, by Quitclaim Deed of Deborah Kessler dated January 10, 1996, recorded February 2, 1996 in Whitingham Land Records Book 97, Page 224 (Tax Parcel No. 06-0416);
5. Being lands and premises situate at 314 Route 112, in the Town of Whitingham, as conveyed to PETER A. ELLIS and JEAN M. ELLIS by Warranty Deed of Steven A. Wrathall and Joy J. Powell, dated December 12, 1996, recorded December 18, 1996 and appearing in Whitingham Land Records Book 98, Page 429 (Tax Parcel No. 06-J042);
6. Being lands and premises located at 1474 Fuller Hill Road, in the Town of Whitingham, as conveyed to GRAINBOW, LLC, by Warranty Deed of Joy Powell, dated December 22, 2009, recorded December 24, 2009 in Whitingham Land Records Book 138, Page 467 (Tax Parcel No. 05-0091);
7. Being lands and premises located at 888 Allard Road, in the Town of Whitingham, as conveyed to BRIAN D. HICKS and KIMBERLY J. HICKS, a one-half interest, by Warranty Deed of Bradley A. Hicks, dated September 14, 2005, recorded October 4, 2005 in Whitingham Land Records Book 127, Page 335; and the remaining one-half interest, by Warranty Deed of Brian D. Hicks, joined by his wife, Kimberly J. Hicks, dated September 14, 2005, recorded October 4, 2005 in Whitingham Land Records Book 127, Page 336 (Tax Parcel No. 09-0861);
8. Being lands and premises located at South Ryder Pond Road, in the Town of Whitingham, as conveyed to JOSEPH NORTON and YOLA NORTON, by Warranty Deed of Donald Riccillo and Michelle M. Riccillo dated September 10, 2004, recorded September 15, 2004 in Whitingham Land Records Book 123, Page 541 (Tax Parcel No. 06-0337);
9. Being lands and premises located at 521 Chapel Hill Road, in the Town of Whitingham, as conveyed to TODD RICCI and LAURIE A. RICCI by Warranty Deed of John J. Zukowski Jr. and Joyce A. Zukowski dated July 18, 2003, recorded July 21, 2003 in Whitingham Land Records Book 119, page 562; the interests of LAURIE A. RICCI conveyed to TODD RICCI by Quitclaim Deed dated June 5, 2006, recorded August 4, 2006 in Whitingham Land Records Book 130, Page 193 (Tax Parcel No. 12-1126);
10. Being the lands and premises located at 130 Vermont Route 112, in the Town of Whitingham, as conveyed to ROBERT E. ROOT by Warranty Deed of Carl T. Viola dated February 17, 1983, recorded April 20, 1983, in Whitingham Land Records Book 69 at Page 247 (Tax Parcel No. 06-J050);
11. Being the lands and premises situate at 59 Van Lane, in the Town of Whitingham, as conveyed to ANNA M. STOUGHTON by Warranty Deed of Raymond R. Van a/k/a Raymond R. VanSchoonhoven, dated August 21, 2007 and recorded September 5, 2007 in Whitingham Land Records Book 133 Page 197 (Tax Parcel No. 08-0571-02);
12. Being the lands and premises situate on VT Route 100, in the Town of Whitingham, as conveyed to SCOTT P. TROEMEL and ANITA J. TROEMEL, by Warranty Deed of Rosalind K. Kingsley dated March 23, 1989, recorded April 21, 1989 in Whitingham Land Records Book 81, Page 282; excepting conveyance to the State of Vermont by Warranty Deed dated January 4, 2002 recorded in Whitingham Land Records Book 114, Page 202 (Tax Parcel No. 07-0567);
13. Being the lands and premises located on Fowler Road, in the Town of Whitingham, as conveyed to TODD S. VULPIO and JENNIFER NAMACK, by Warranty Deed of Carol Sweetman dated March 19, 1999, recorded March 23, 1999 in Whitingham Land Records Book 105, Page 320 (Tax Parcel No. 06-0223);
And such lands will be sold at public auction in the Town of Whitingham, Town Clerk’s Office, a public place in such Town, on THURSDAY the 11TH of JULY 2013 at 2 pm in the Town Clerk’s Office as shall be requisite to discharge such taxes and/or sewer fees, with costs and fees, unless previously paid, as provided by 32 V.S.A. §5254(b).
Dated at Whitingham, Vermont, this 21 day of May 2013.
_s/Almira L. Aekus___
Almira L. Aekus
Collector of Taxes
Town of Whitingham
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Town of Wilmington is considering applying to the State of Vermont for a VCDP Implementation Grant 2014 under the Vermont Community Development Program. A public hearing will be held at 6:30 pm on July 3, 2013 at the Wilmington Town Office at 97 East Main Street in Wilmington to obtain the views of citizens on community development, to furnish information concerning the amount of funds available and the range of community development activities that may be undertaken under this program, the impact to any historic and archeological resources that may be affected by the proposed project, and to give affected citizens the opportunity to examine the proposed statement of projected use of these funds. The proposal is to apply for $268,000 in VCDP funds which will be used to accomplish the following activities:
The project will rehabilitate seven apartments at 24 East Main Street, in Wilmington.
Copies of the proposed application will be available at the Wilmington Town Offices, and may be viewed during the following hours: Monday Friday, 8 am to 4:30 pm. Should you require any special accommodations, please contact Town Manager, Scott Murphy to ensure proper accommodations are made.
Legislative Body for the Town of Wilmington 6/13
NOTICE OF HEARING
Town of Wilmington
DEVELOPMENT REVIEW BOARD
Interested parties may be required to participate in this hearing before appealing any decision in court. Notice is hereby given by the Development Review Board that a Hearing will be held in the Wilmington Town Office at 2 East Main Street on: July 1, 2013 at 7 pm, at which time the Board will hear all interested persons in the following matters:
Application # 2013-047; owner: Owner; Joseph & Holly Fortner: Agent, Timothy Soule. Application being made for Waiver and/or Variance to allow construction of an entryway of 25 sq. ft. and a second story addition of 165 sq. ft. at a Single Family Dwelling; Zoning Ordinance Sections 512 & 520; location: 220 Lake Raponda Road. 6/13
STATE OF VERMONT
Docket No. 535-10-12 Wmcv
PEOPLE’S UNITED BANK, Successor in Interest by Merger to Chittenden
Trust Company d/b/a Chittenden Bank
Dudley D. Waldo;
Annette N. Waldo;
Cellco Partnership D/b/a
And All Unnamed
Occupants Residing At
567 Route 9 West,
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale contained in certain Mortgage given by Dudley D. Waldo and Annette N. Waldo to Chittenden Trust Company d/b/a Chittenden Bank (now People’s United Bank) dated February 14, 2007 and recorded in Book 249, at Page 310, in the Town of Wilmington Land Records, for breach of the conditions of said Mortgage and for the purpose of foreclosing the same will be sold at Public Auction at 11am on June 28, 2013, at the site of the real property at 567 Route 9 West, Wilmington, Vermont, all and singular the premises described in said Mortgage:
TO WIT: Being all and the same lands and premises conveyed to Annette N. Waldo by Vermont Warranty Deed of Viola B. Morse dated November 30, 2000 and recorded at Book 176, Page 468 of the Wilmington Land Records. Reference is made to a deed of Annette N. Waldo to Dudley D. Waldo and Annette N. Waldo dated April 3, 2002 and recorded in Book 189, Page 180; and reference is also made to a Corrective Deed of Annette N. Waldo to Annette N. Waldo and Dudley D. Waldo dated December 10, 2006 and recorded in Book 247, Page 183 of the Wilmington Land Records. The premises are therein described as follows:
“Beginning at a point marked by an iron pin in the ground, said pin marks the most southeasterly corner of the premises herein and is on the northerly side of Vermont Route 9 Highway Right-of-Way; thence along a curve to the left having an arc length of 187.54 feet to a point; thence South 84º21;47” West a distance of 466.56 feet to an iron pin; thence North 86º06’48” West a distance of 343.73 feet to an iron pin; thence along a curve to the left having an arc length of 113.81 feet to a point; thence North 65º17’30” West a distance of 240.26 feet to a point; thence along a curve to the left having an arc length of 74.33 feet to a point; thence North 51º25’39” West a distance of 106.55 feet to a point; thence North 64º13’12” West a distance of 28.39 feet to a point; thence North 17º29’45” West a distance of 20.95 feet to an iron pin in the ground; thence North 17º29’45” West a distance of 273.05 feet to a point; thence North 37º06’18” East a distance of 16.54 feet to an iron pin in the ground; thence North 37º06’18” East a distance of 224.76 feet to an iron pin in the ground; thence North 37º06’18” East a distance of 252.71 feet to an iron pin in the ground; thence North 13º38’42” West a distance of 127.61 feet to an iron pin in the ground; thence North 66º50’18” West a distance of 692.78 feet to a stone monument; thence North 12º56’53” West a distance of 518.26 feet to an iron pin in the ground which marks the northwest corner of the premises herein; thence South 88º28’55” East a distance of 932.20 feet to an iron pin in the ground for a corner; thence North 76º42’40” East a distance of 1502.70 feet to a point for a corner; thence South 60º02’25” East a distance of 289.10 feet to a point; thence South 59º56’00” East a distance of 299.30 feet to a point; thence South 59º39’41” East a distance of 309.00 feet to a point for a corner; thence South 19º00’27” East a distance of 937.91 feet to a hard wood tree for a corner; thence North 83º46’13” West a distance of 583.75 feet to a hard wood tree; thence South 89º59’40” West a distance of 788.97 feet to an iron pin for a corner; thence South 07º07’55” East a distance of 871.75 feet to the point and place of beginning, said premises contain 102.65 acres, more or less.
For a more particular description of the above premises reference may be had to a survey entitled, “Lands Belonging to Viola B. Morse, Wilmington, Vermont, completed by Richard Joyce, L.S., dated August 8, 2000, Scale 1” = 200’.
The above described premises are conveyed subject to utility easements granted to the Green Mountain Power Corporation and its successors and/or assigns or others of record.”
Excepted is the portion of the lands and premises as set forth in the Partial Discharge of Mortgage by Plaintiff of a portion of the Mortgaged Property dated January 31, 2011 and recorded February 16, 2011 in Book 283, Page 357 of the Town of Wilmington Land Records.
Reference is made to the Warranty Deed of Annette N. Waldo and Dudley D. Waldo to the United States of America dated January 24, 2011 and recorded February 4, 2011 in Book 283, Page 368 of the Town of Wilmington Land Records as to a portion of the Mortgaged Property.
Subject to such rights of way and easements as may exist of record.
Reference is hereby made to the above-mentioned instruments, the records thereof, and references therein made, and their respective records and references, and the Judgment Order and Decree of Foreclosure issued April 18, 2013, in further aid of this description.
Terms of Sale. The property will be sold in its entirety to the highest bidder as a single unit. It is up to each bidder to perform its own due diligence with respect to the property prior to the public sale that a bidder deems sufficient.
The public sale of the Mortgaged Property will be “AS IS, WHERE IS, WITH ALL FAULTS” (known or unknown), with no representations or warranties of any kind whatsoever, with the purchaser taking all defects and risks associated with or connected to the property being sold, and all liens of record, restrictions, easements, improvements, covenants, tenancies, rights, encumbrances, and matters of any kind and every nature which may take precedence over the lien of the mortgage being foreclosed.
The high bidder is responsible for the payment of the property taxes and municipal assessments, and any fire district taxes (delinquent and current, with all penalties and interest as of the date of closing on the sale of the property after confirmation of the sale by the Vermont Superior Court).
In order to qualify to bid at the public sale, at the time of sale, interested persons, other than from the mortgagee, must present to the auctioneer a deposit of $10,000 in the form of cash, a bank treasurer’s check, or certified funds, with the deposit to be increased to 10% of the sale price within 5 days of the public sale, if the deposit does not at least equal 10% of the sale price. The deposit is subject to forfeiture. The mortgagee has the right to credit bid at the sale without producing any deposit. The remaining balance of the purchase price shall be paid in good funds at closing, to occur within thirty (30) days of the public sale or within ten (10) days of Court Confirmation of the Sale by the Vermont Superior Court, Windham Unit, Civil Division, whichever is later. The sale is subject to confirmation by the Vermont Superior Court, Windham Unit, Civil Division. The successful bidder, other than the mortgagee, will have to sign a purchase and sale agreement at the conclusion of the public sale. If the Plaintiff makes the highest bid, Plaintiff shall be required to pay cash or certified funds only to the extent that its bid is in excess of the sum due it by the Defendant Mortgagor up to the date of sale under the Judgment and Decree and the costs and expenses of the sale.
The person holding the public sale may, for good cause, adjourn the sale one or more times for a total time not exceeding 30 days, by announcement of the new sale date to those present at each adjournment or by posting notice of the adjournment in a conspicuous place at the location of the sale.
The mortgagor is entitled to redeem the premises at any time prior to the sale by paying the full amount due mortgagee plaintiff, including all costs and expenses of sale.
Other terms to be announced at the time of the sale. Inquiries to auctioneer or mortgagee’s counsel.
Sale to be conducted by Vermont licensed auctioneer: Thomas Hirchak, The Thomas Hirchak Company, 1878 Cadys Falls Road, Morrisville, Vermont 05661; 802-888-4662 or 1-800-634-SOLD
By: Elizabeth A. Glynn, Esq.Ryan Smith & Carbine, Ltd.
PO Box 310
Rutland, VT 05702
Attorney for Mortgagee/Plaintiff
Village of Jacksonville Electric Company
90TH Annual Meeting
June 18, 2013
The legal voters of the Village of Jacksonville are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Village of Jacksonville Electric Co office in the said village on the 18th day of June A.D. at 7 pm in the evening to act on the following articles to wit:
Article 1. To hear the reports of the village officers and to act there on.
Article 2. To elect all the village officers as required by law.
Article 3. To see what action the village will take in regards to funds to maintain the light system and equipment.
Article 4. To see if the village will authorize its trustees and president to borrow money on its notes in anticipation of revenues.
Article 5. To transact any further business to come before said meeting
Dated at Jacksonville this 20th day of May, 2013
Pamela Moore, Clerk