Classifieds

Help wanted
JC Electric Inc. seeks motivated, licensed electrician. Individual must have valid driver’s license. Benefits available. Pay commensurate with experience. Email jcelectric@myfairpoint.net or call Justin at (802) 780-7568 for more information. 2/18

Zoar Outdoor seeks a full-time manager to operate our tree-based zip line canopy tour who is generous, team oriented and ready to inspire exceptional staff. Should be detail oriented and focused on safety. Operational management experience with a background in outdoor recreation, team building, environmental and experiential education is preferred but not required. Successful completion of the state CORI is a requirement for this position. Apply by February 16, www.zoaroutdoor.com/jobs.htm. EOE. 2/4

Zoar Outdoor seeks an energetic, motivated person for seasonal kitchen manager to manage our food service program. Duties include ordering food, hiring and training staff, planning menus, preparing food for all our programs. Candidates need a strong background in food and customer service, a positive attitude, and must maintain high food quality. Seasonal position: March 15 to October 15, 20 to 40 hours per week depending on season and includes weekends. Apply by February 16, www.zoaroutdoor.com/jobs.htm. EOE. 2/4

Help wanted- Reliable housekeeper. Full time and part time. Pay commensurate with experience. (802) 579-4601. 2/4

Automart
1992 Dodge Caravan, all-wheel drive. Great shape, $1,650. (802) 464-1482. 2/18

Items for Sale
Four snow tires - Blizzak P245/55 R 19 coming off a Toyota Venza. Very good condition. $250. Contact Randy or Vicki at (802) 464-3388. CE
For sale- Nordica Fire Arrow, 84 Pro skis with bindings, 176 cm, $500. Three sets of ski poles: Leki Carbon with snap-in straps, 48”, $30; Goode Carbon, 48”, $25; Goode Carbon, 46”, $25. Call Larry (802) 464-6453. 2/11
Large selection/variety
Used Books
Collectibles
Open 1 to 5 pm
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
35 West Main Street
(802) 558-5853 CB

For sale- White metal closet shelving, $3 each; electric fence connectors, $10 for a bucketful; 4’ fiberglass stepladders, $10 each; four- drawer locking metal file cabinet, $20; portable massage table, $100; dining table, $40; queen brass headboard, $65. (802) 464-1482. 2/18

Items Wanted
West End Antiques now buys and sells your interesting collectibles and valuable speciality items. Email westendant@gmail.com. For appointment call (802) 558-5853. CB

Services
Mountain Women Cleaning
Home or Business
Free estimate/
Reasonable prices/Insured
Ask about other property services available.
Call (802) 579-5677 or email
Edithmolner1@gmail.com. 2/4

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
Snowmobile storage available, direct access to VAST trails. Best location in the valley to ride from. Triple Tree Lodging (802) 464-5439. 2/4

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

Commercial rentals
Mount Snow Market Place has office space for rent. On the Valley Trail, MOOver stop, short- or long-term lease. Call Adam at (802) 464-7771. CB

Wilmington storefront- Beautiful brand new renovation. Interior built to your specifications. 500 sq. ft. Huge windows. (917) 693-1425. CB

rooms for rent
Mount Snow furnished room. $140 per week, $260 double. Share kitchen space and common areas. DishTV. (802) 579-7389, (401) 524-6421, or doverhofmtsnow@gmail.com. 2/4

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.net, (802) 423-7077, info@readsboroinn.com. CB

Rentals
One-bedroom apartment for rent. Furnished, refurbished, country setting, VAST trail access, five minutes from Wilmington center. Franklin stove, oil heat, and electric included. $850 per month. (401) 864-1134. 2/11

Two-bedroom ground floor apartment available at Sadawga Springs in Whitingham. Rent is $550 and includes heat, hot water, snow and trash removal. Off-street parking and laundry on site. For more information call (802) 257-7616 or download an application at www.stewartproperty.net. Applicants must be income eligible. 2/11

Whitingham - Newly renovated three-bedroom house for rent. $1,000 per month plus utilities (gas heat, hot water and stove). Also, a two-bedroom apartment available March 1. $600 plus utilities. Call Becky at (802) 368-7822. 2/4

One-bedroom apartment. Heat, Wi-Fi, DirecTV included. Has washer and dryer. Pay own electricity. Available April 1. No smoking. First, last, and security. Call (802) 579-7900. 2/4

One-bedroom apartment with private entrance and village of Wilmington location. $500 per month, first, last, security and local references. No pets. Call (802) 348-9997. CB

One-bedroom apartment with additional sunroom. Lovely apartment with covered porch in Wilmington village. $745 per month. Cleos LLC (802) 464-5295. 2/18

Wilmington, one- and two-bedroom apartments available now. On or near MOOver route. Call (802) 339-0070, (215) 778-4400, or email Vtgetaways@aol.com. CB

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

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

legal
WARNING

Wilmington Town School District

1 March 2016

The legal voters of the Wilmington Town School District are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Twin Valley Elementary School Gymnasium in said Town of Wilmington, Vermont on Tuesday, March 1, 2016 between 7 am (at which time the polls open) and 7 pm (at which time the polls close) to act upon Article I, Article II by Australian Ballot.

Informational meetings will be conducted on Tuesday February 23, 2016 at 6 pm in conjunction with the Tri-Board regularly scheduled meeting at the Twin Valley Elementary in Wilmington and on Thursday February 25, 2016 at 6 pm at the Twin Valley Middle/High School in Whitingham.

ARTICLE I

To elect all Wilmington Town School District officers required by law and the Town. (Australian Ballot Polls open at 7 am until 7 pm)

ARTICLE II

Shall the voters of the School District approve the School Board to expend $10,192,681, which is the amount the School Board has determined to be necessary for the ensuing fiscal year? It is estimated that this proposed budget, if approved will result in education spending of $17,092 per equalized pupil. This projected spending per equalized pupil is 1.3% lower that spending for the current year.

(Australian Ballot Polls open at 7 am and close at 7 pm)

ARTICLE III

To transact any other business that may legally come before the meeting.

Dated at Wilmington, Vermont this 26th day of January 2016.

Dennis Richter
Janna Ewart
Kathryn Larsen
Wilmington School Directors
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WARNING

Whitingham Town School District

1 March 2016

The legal voters of the Whitingham Town School District are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Twin Valley Middle High School in said Town of Whitingham, Vermont on Tuesday, March 1, 2016 between 10 am (at which time the polls open) and 7 pm (at which time the polls close) to act upon the following: Article I and Article II by Australian Ballot. All other Articles to be taken up immediately following the town meeting which will begin at 10 am

Informational meetings will be onducted on Tuesday February 23, 2016 at 6 pm in conjunction with the Tri-Board regularly scheduled meeting at the Twin Valley Elementary in Wilmington and on Thursday February 25, 2016 at 6 pm at the Twin Valley Middle/High School in Whitingham.

ARTICLE I

To elect all Town School District officers required by law to be elected at the Annual Town School District Meeting. (Australian Ballot Polls open at 10 am and close at 7 pm)

ARTICLE II

Shall the voters of the School District approve the School Board to expend $10,192,681, which is the amount the School Board has determined to be necessary for the ensuing fiscal year? It is estimated that this proposed budget, if approved will result in education spending of $17,867 per equalized pupil. This projected spending per equalized pupil is .8% higher that spending for the current year.

(Australian Ballot Polls open at 10 am and close at 7 pm)

ARTICLE III

To transact any other business that may legally come before the meeting.

Dated at Whitingham, Vermont this 19th day of January 2016

Seth D. Boyd
Aimee B. Reed
John G. Doty
Whitingham School Directors 2/4

2016 WARNING
ANNUAL TOWN
MEETING

Wilmington, VT
Tuesday, March 1, 2016

The legal voters of the Town of Wilmington are hereby notified and warned to meet in the Twin Valley Elementary School in said Wilmington, Vermont, at 10 am on Tuesday, March 01, 2016, to consider and act on the following articles not involving voting by Australian Ballot. (Voting for all Australian Ballot articles will be held in the Twin Valley Elementary School in said Wilmington, Vermont, on March 01, 2016, from 7 am to 7 pm.)

All Town Meeting articles not involving voting by Australian Ballot are to be taken up at the conclusion of the Town School District Meeting.

Article 1: To elect all Town and Town School District Officers required by law and the vote of the Town. (Australian Ballot -Polls open 7 am until 7 pm)

Article 2: To see if the Town will vote to accept the Town Report.

Article 3: To see what date or dates will be set for the payment of taxes (8/19/16 and 2/24/17).

Article 4: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate up to $63,838 to fund the salary, benefits, insurance, and all costs associated with keeping a 6th full time police officer position in the police department

Article 5: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 1,708,656 to care for the expenses and liabilities of the General Fund for fiscal year 2017 (7/1/16 to 6/30/17).

Article 6: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $ 1,318,689 to care for the expenses and liabilities of the Town Road Budget for fiscal year 2017 (7/1/16 to 6/30/17).

Article 7: To see if the Town will vote to fund the Bridge Rehabilitation Capital Fund with $100,000 from the FY 15 surplus

Article 8: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate $200,000 for the Highway Town Road Equipment Capital Fund

Article 9: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate $150,000 for the Fire Department Equipment Capital Fund

Article 10: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate $20,000 for the Memorial Hall Capital Fund

Article 11: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate $12,000 to fund the Library Capital Reserve Fund

Article 12: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate $2,000 to fund the Playground Capital Reserve Fund

Article 13: To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate $5,000 to fund the Town Hall Capital Fund

Article 14: To transact any non-binding business.

Dated at Wilmington, Vermont this 27th day of January 2016.

Selectboard of the Town of Wilmington

Diane Chapman, Chairwoman
Thomas Fitzgerald, Vice Chair
Susan Joy Haughwout, Clerk
Jacob White
John Gannon
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