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Recreation Director for Summer Program. The Town of Wilmington is seeking a director for its middle school summer recreation program that will run half-days Monday through Friday for 5 weeks beginning in early July. The successful candidate will be responsible for planning, coordinating and facilitating all aspects of the middle school summer rec program and has direct supervision of student counselors and children enrolled in the program. The five-week program runs from 8 am until approximately 12:30 pm with two additional afternoon programs required per week. The director is expected to coordinate and participate in diverse activities of interest to participants entering grade 5 to grade 8. The director works closely with the Wilmington Recreation Committee and reports to the town manager while exercising individual initiative and independent action. The desire and experience to work with children a must. Other requirements include dependability, self-motivation, creativity, enthusiasm, and supervisory skills. The successful candidate will have to pass a criminal backround check. The salary range is $2,900 - $3,200/season based on qualifications and experience. A complete job description is available on the town’s website www.wilmingtonvermont.us . Applications must be submitted by May 11 at 4 pm to the Town Office, 2 East Main Street, PO Box 217, Wilmington, VT 05201 or submitted electronically to the town manager at smurphy@wilmingtonvt.us. 4/30

Carpenter/Builder- Busy local building contracting company looking for experienced workers. Applicants must be clean and orderly, detail oriented, and substance free. Please forward resume to housebuilder8a@yahoo.com or by mail to: SMR Contracting Inc. PO Box 468, Jacksonville, VT 05342. 5/14

Police Dispatch/Admin. Position- The Wilmington Police Department is hiring a dispatcher/clerk. Thirty hours per week position with benefits, hours 8-5. Salary range depending on education and experience. The successful candidate must be innovative, pass criminal background check, be able to maintain confidentiality, have excellent computer knowledge and the ability to work well with others. Applications and full job description are available at www.wilmingtonvermont.us. Completed applications are due by May 14, 2015. EOE. The town reserves the right to reject any or all applicants for this position. 4/30

Wahoo’s is now accepting applications for experienced line cook. Applicant will be one who takes pride in work, thrives in team environments, and is willing to learn a few new tricks, all just to make a simple burger. If this is you, drop us an email at Wahooseatery@gmail.com. We open soon, don’t delay. 5/7

Boat ramp greeter- Somerset Reservoir- The Green Mountain Conservancy will be hosting a greeter program at the Somerset Reservoir this summer. The purpose of the program is to prevent invasive species from getting into the reservoir. The role of the greeter will be to educate boaters about invasive species and check boats for possible invasives hanging on. There are two part-time positions available from June 20 to September 19. Email adam@gmconservancy.org or call (802) 236-5914. 5/7

Security positions- G4S Secure Solutions USA Inc. is seeking motivated individuals for immediate part-time positions in the Wilmington area. Flexibility with schedule a must and have reliable transportation. Pay is $13 per hour. If interested please apply online at www.usajobs.g4s.com. High school diploma/GED required. All positions offer the following benefits: medical, dental, life, 401K, weekly pay, free training and uniforms. EOE/M/F/D/V. 5/7

PCA needed immediately in West Dover - several shifts available. Duties: personal care required, housework, grocery shopping and errands, accompany person to doctor’s appointments. Must be dependable, experienced and have own transportation. Call (802) 464-0721. 4/30

Bartender / server wanted at The Readsboro Inn. Experience preferred. Start immediately. Call (802) 423-7077. 4/30

Housekeeper- Full-time, start date May 18. Please send resume to: Kitzhof Inn, 332 Route 100, West Dover, VT 05356. Interviewing from May 11. M5/7

Production woodworkers needed. Full time. Former applicants need not apply. Please call Tom or Donna at (802) 464-8175. CB

Retail help wanted, we are looking for two people to work part time from 10 am to 6 pm, two days a week. Weekends are a must. Experience is not necessary but is always a plus. Please contact Donna at (802) 464-5296. M5/21

Services
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 except closed Monday-Tuesday. Easy access with drive-up windows and doors for easy unloading. No limits. Also, bottle drives welcome. Call (802) 874-4160. CB

Storage
Deerfield Valley Mini-Storage. 5'x10', 10'x15' and 10'x20' bays in Wilmington. (802) 464-8632. CB

Storage units for rent. Variety of sizes. Wilmington, Route 100 location. Call Randy at (802) 464-3388, ext. 112. CE

Two garage spaces available connected by a door in the middle. One with heat in the back which could become a small office, rough condition, contains a sink and toilet. Rent of each unit is $200; both for $400. Call Sal (732) 598-1810. CB

Garage available on East Main Street. Limited access. (802) 464-0324. 4/30

items for sale
For sale- 20-ton log splitter with new pump and engine. Wheelhouse tractor tug, $850. Call (732) 539-9329. Leave a message. 5/7

Free- Beige loveseat with muted pattern. Rolled arms. Upholstery in good condition, cushions are fair. Contact (802) 464-3388 if interested or stop by the Deerfield Valley News, 797 Route 100 N, Wilmington. CE

For sale- Garden equipment and wood shop tools. 42” riding mower and trailer, four-burner barbecue grill, lawn sweeper, rototiller, Goldstar window air conditioner. 343 Haystack Road, Wilmington. (802) 464-2346. 4/30

Free- Baldwin piano. 1000s of wine corks, great for crafting, $100. Five-year-old refrigerator, $75, washer and dryer, $75. Call (802) 464-8864 or (413) 424-5235. 4/30

Commercial rentals
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

Commercial space in Wilmington on Route 100, 1,600 sq. ft. ready for occupancy. Call (917) 270-2937. 4/30

land for sale
Three-acre lots. With engineered septic system design. Off Larson Road, in Wilmington. Call Cleo’s LLC (802) 464-5295. 5/14

114 wooded acres, with over 1,500 ft. of frontage on Ray Hill Road in Wilmington, near the Hermitage Club golf course with views of Haystack Mountain. Taxes only $1,000 a year with land use program. Secluded lot close to everything, huge deer herd. Cleo’s LLC (802) 464-5295. 5/14

real estate for sale
For sale by owner, four-bedroom, three-bath colonial, located in Edwards Village, West Dover, on river-front acre-plus lot. 3,000 square feet of living area, $299,000. Call owner, (802) 258-0182. CB

rooms for rent
Red Oak Inn- Route 100 on MOOver route. Nightly/weekly furnished rooms. Reasonably priced. Common kitchen/living room/ game rooms with fireplace. Wi-Fi, cable TV, mini-fridge, three miles from Mount Snow. Call (802) 464-8817, info@redoakinn.com. CB

The Readsboro Inn has newly renovated rooms for rent. Just $75/night with weekly and monthly rates available. Free Wi-Fi and coffee. Restaurant and bar open Wednesday to Sunday. www.readsboroinn.com (802) 423-7077, info@readsboroinn.com. 6/4

Rentals
TK Properties - Solid, nice, heat- included, affordable apartments. We have a brand new awesome one-bedroom with deck over river. Two-bedrooms and two great one-bedrooms in various sizes for rent. Rents $650 to $900. Includes heat! These will not last long. Call and fill out an application today! (917) 693-1425. CB

Whitingham - two-bedroom apartment with gas heat, hot water and stove. First and security required, $650 per month plus utilities. Call Becky (802) 368-7822. 5/7

Long- and short-term rentals, seasonal, year-round, commercial rentals. Contact Janet (802) 464-5618, Boyd Real Estate (802) 464-5957, email boydfarm@sover.net, visit www.BoydRealEstateVT.com. CB

Cute one-bedroom duplex, in Wilmington, One-and-a-half bath. Tenant pays own heat and hot water. Available now. Call (802) 464-0324. 4/30

Wilmington, cute one-bedroom apartment in quiet Castle Hill building. Ample parking. Tenant pays own heat and hot water. Call (802) 464-0324. 4/30

Large two-bedroom apartment with large kitchen and large mudroom entry. Quiet building. Walk to town. Available immediately. Call (802) 464-0324. 4/30

Cleo’s LLC two-bedroom, and three-bedroom apartments available in Wilmington Village. Some with heat included. For details call (802) 464-5295. 5/14

Wilmington’s finest apartment with radiant heat. ultra-efficient gas boiler, heated sun porch year-round. Two-bedroom, one-and-a-half baths, vinyl replacement windows, gorgeous kitchen with stainless appliances with all-wood high-end cabinets, huge bathroom with tile and glass block walk-in shower. Washer and dryer hookup. Five minutes walk to traffic light. For appointment call Cleo’s LLC (802) 464-5295. 5/14

legal
FEDERAL ASSISTANCE NOTICE
Grace Cottage Hospital
Townshend, VT

A public meeting for comments will be held to review the plan of Grace Cottage Hospital (Carlos G. Otis Health Care Center, Inc.) to file an application for Federal Assistance from the USDA Rural Development Community Facilities Loan program for the hospital’s Energy Efficiency Roofing Project.

The public meeting will be held in Grace Cottage Hospital’s Community Wellness Center Holt Conference Room, 133 Grafton Rd., Townshend, VT, on Monday, May 11, at 3:30 p.m.

For more information, call 365-9109.
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NOTICE
Town Of Whitingham
ZONING BOARD OF
ADJUSTMENT

Pursuant to law, notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held by the Zoning Board of Adjustment on

WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 2015 at 7 pm

At THE JACKSONVILLE MUNICIPAL CENTER for the purpose of hearing an application for a variance per the Town of Whitingham Zoning Regulations. The application is made by:

GORDON MOORE

The variance consists of:

Building an addition on property located at 86 Brook Street in Whitingham Village with insufficient setback from the street.

By: Linda Donaghue, Clerk Zoning Board of Adjustment and Planning Commission.
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NOTICE
Town Of Whitingham
ZONING BOARD OF
ADJUSTMENT

Pursuant to law, notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held by the Zoning Board of Adjustment on

WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 2015
at 7 pm

At THE JACKSONVILLE MUNICIPAL CENTER for the purpose of hearing an application for a variance per the Town of Whitingham Zoning Regulations. The application is made by:

DAYLE SPRAGUE

The variance consists of:

Building a 10 X 9 foot deck on property located at 2245 Burrington Hill Road with insufficient setback from the street.

By: Linda Donaghue, Clerk Zoning Board of Adjustment and Planning Commission
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NOTICE
Town Of Whitingham
ZONING BOARD OF
ADJUSTMENT

Pursuant to law, notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held by the Zoning Board of Adjustment on

WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 2015 at 7 pm

At THE JACKSONVILLE MUNICIPAL CENTER for the purpose of hearing an application for a variance per the Town of Whitingham Zoning Regulations. The application is made by:

STEVE AND TERRY MORSE

The variance consists of:

Change of use to pre-existing storage garage with insufficient setbacks affected by lot line changes at 244 Abbie Morse Road, Whitingham.

By: Linda Donaghue, Clerk Zoning Board of Adjustment and Planning Commission
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STATE OF VERMONT
SUPERIOR COURT
Windham Unit

CIVIL DIVISION
Docket No. 23-1-15 Wmcv

SUPERIOR COURT
PEOPLE’S UNITED BANK,
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST BY
MERGER TO CHITTENDEN TRUST
COMPANY D/B/A CHITTENDEN BANK

Plaintiff
vs.
SUMMERSONG OF VERMONT, LLC, et al,

Defendants

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale contained in a certain Mortgage given by Summersong of Vermont, LLC dated November 1, 2004 and recorded in Book 243, at Page 68 in the Town of Dover Land Records to Chittenden Trust Company d/b/a Chittenden Bank n/k/a People’s United Bank, National Association, for breach of the conditions of said Mortgage and for the purpose of foreclosing the same will be sold at Public Auction at 12 pm on May 14, 2015, at the site of the real property with an address of 259 Route 100, West Dover, Vermont, all and singular the premises described in said Mortgage:

TO WIT: Being all and the same lands and premises conveyed to Summersong of Vermont, LLC by Warranty Deed from Philip Waller and Suzanne Waller, dated November 1, 2004 and recorded on November 4, 2004 in Book 243, Page 66 of the Town of Dover Land Records.

“Being all and the same lands and premises as were conveyed to Philip Waller and Suzanne Waller by warranty deed of Eric Falberg and Karen Spinelli-Falberg dated December 16, 1999 and recorded in Book 178, Page 123 of the Dover Land Records and in said deed described as follows:

Being a portion of those lands and premises conveyed unto Grantors herein by Warranty Deed of Louis and Phyllis Isaacson dated April 30, 1998 and recorded April 30, 1998 at Book 161, Pages 160-162 of the Dover Land Records. Said parcel is more particularly described as follows:

Beginning at an iron pipe in the westerly line of Vermont Route 100, said iron pipe marking the northeasterly corner of the within conveyed premises and the southeasterly corner of lands now or formerly of Costello; thence turning and running South 60°47’00” West a distance of 14.33 feet to an iron pipe; thence running South 60°47’00” West a distance of 196.02 feet to an iron pipe; thence turning and running South 71°17’43 West a distance of 46.48 feet to a point marking the northwesterly corner of the within conveyed premises; thence turning and running South 33°16’03” East a distance of 260.53 feet to an iron pipe in the northerly line of Town Highway #66, also known as Stugger Road; thence turning and running along the northerly boundary of Stugger Road on a course of North 62°00’54” East a distance of 287.87 feet to an iron pipe in the westerly side of Vermont Route 100; thence turning and running along the westerly side of Vermont Route 100 the following three courses and distances: North 49°10’47” West a distance of 59.86 feet; North 43°21’32” West a distance of 95.76 feet; North 32°32’58” West a distance of 108.65 feet to the point and place of beginning. Containing 1.54 acres being the same more or less.

The above description is taken from a certain survey map entitled “Survey for Eric Falberg and Karen Spinelli-Falberg ‘Snow Goose Inn’ Dauchy Associates, Inc., registered surveyors, Jamaica, Vermont dated September 22, 1998, Scale 1”=50””.

Subject to the terms and conditions of State of Vermont Land Use Permit 2W0852-2 and State Subdivision permit #EC-2-2330.

Grantors reserve for themselves, their heirs and assigns, the right to use, maintain, repair, and replace the water lines and sewer lines located on the above-described property, and take water from the existing well, for the use and benefit of the adjacent 1.00 acre parcel and single family residence located thereon owned by Grantors and depicted on the survey recorded in Map Hanger 439B of the Dover land records. Such rights shall be in common between the owners of the 1.54 acre (inn) parcel and the 1.00 acre (residence) parcel (such parcels being depicted on such survey) and shall run with the land.”

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 January 27, 2015, 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 $15,000 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: Inquiries may be made with Tranzon Auction Properties, 93 Exchange Street, Portland, Maine 04101-7559; telephone: 207-775-4300; Jill R. Daviero [jdaviero@tranzon.com].

By: Elizabeth A. Glynn, Esq.
Ryan Smith & Carbine, Ltd.
PO Box 310
Rutland, VT 05702
(802) 786-1000
eag@rsclaw.com
Attorney for Mortgagee/Plaintiff
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NOTICE OF ORDINANCE ADOPTION

Windham Solid Waste Management District (WSWMD)

On April 16, 2015 the WSWMD adopted an ordinance entitled “Variable Rate Pricing For Residential Solid Waste Collection.” Haulers and facilities that provide collection and/or drop-off disposal services for residential solid waste (RSW) to customers shall charge these customers for this service on the basis of the volume or weight of the RSW, which they produce. Citizens have the right to petition for a vote on this Ordinance at an annual or special meeting as provided in 24 V V.S.A. Sec. 1973. Should a petition not be filed in accordance with 24 V .S.A. Sec. 1973, this Ordinance will become effective June 16, 2015, which is 60 days from the date of adoption by the Board of Supervisors. Copies of the full text of the Ordinance are available at WSWMD, 327 Old Ferry Road, Brattleboro, VT, and windhamsolidwaste.org. For questions or comments contact WSWMD Executive Director, Robert Spencer at (802) 257-0272 or admin@windhamsolidwaste.org
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