Petition deadline approaching
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WILMINGTON - Town Meeting is Tuesday, March 6.  The deadline for filing petitions with the Wilmington Town Clerk for articles to be included in the Town Meeting warning is 5 pm, Thursday, January 18.  Petitions for articles must be signed by 5% of registered Wilmington voters (78 signatures).

 Nominating petitions for town and school offices are now available at the town clerk’s office and on the town website, and are due by 5 pm, Monday, January 29.  Nominating petitions must be signed by 1% of the registered voters (16 signatures).

 For information about voter registration, vacant offices or how to petition call (802) 464-5836 or visit the town clerk’s office during regular hours.

For registering to vote online go to Vermont Secretary of State voter registration information at

Town offices to be filled this year are: town moderator -1 year, town treasurer -1year, selectboard -3 years, selectboard -2 years, lister -3 years, lister -1 year (two seats of 1 year each), first constable -1year, second constable -1year, grand juror - 1year, town agent - 1 year, cemetery commission - 5 years, library trustee -5 years, trustee CC Haynes Fund -1year, school moderator -1year, school director -3 years, school director -2 years, Twin Valley Unified Union School District director.

Dog licenses and renewals are available after January 1, at the town clerk’s office.  A dog must have had a rabies inoculation not more than 36 months prior to the date of licensing for older dogs, not more than 12 months for puppies.

A rabies certificate is required for licensing.
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