Classifieds


Commercial Rentals

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

Help Wanted


Opening for full-time front desk clerk.  Must be reliable. Able to work night shifts to 10 pm, open shifts from 7:30 am.  Must like people and have reliable transportation. Front desk or receptionist experience preferred. Please call the Crafts Inn,  (802) 464-2344. CB


Part-time housekeeper position available. Saturdays a must. Please call the Crafts Inn, (802) 464-2344. CB


Custom Catch of West Dover is seeking production team members. The person hired for this position prepares and customizes our baby, pet and home products, ensuring timely shipment to our customers. Shifts available for full- or part-time production work. Work is year-round, indoors, in a comfortable environment. We offer paid vacation, sick days, overtime holiday pay rates, regular increases, overtime and advancement opportunities for dedicated team members. Starting at $14 per hour, 90-day review for adjustment to $15 per hour. Dedicated workers with a track record of commitment should email a resume to donna@customcatch.com today. CB

Items for Sale


Thousands of wonderful
Used Books

Find the rarest one here!
Poetry - Mystery - Esoteric
Inspirational - Zen
Science-fiction - Magic -Gnosis
Women Studies - Civil Rights
Ireland - Japan - Martial Arts
Books for every wish list
Vinyl Records, Gifts
& Collectibles
35 West Main, Wilmington
Fri. 1-5, Sat/Sun 10-5
Call Rob for additional hours
(802) 558-5853  CB


Singer Featherweight sewing machine for sale - $500.  Call (802) 348-7273.  2/20


Four Nokian factory studded snow tires, on wheels, like new.  Size 245/50/R18, $300.  Call (203) 494-0814. 2/20

Services

Mr. Handyman - Carpentry, painting, repairs.  Small jobs welcome.  References.  (802) 464-8287, (401) 524-6421, doverhofmtsnow@gmail.com. 2/27

 

Rentals

Sadawga Springs in Whitingham  has a two-bedroom apartment available. Rent $625 per month  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.  2/20

One-bedroom apartment, five minutes from Wilmington center.  Located on a 23-acre parcel with trails, close to lake.  Includes all utilities, washer and dryer, WiFi, $815 per month.  (401) 864-1134.  3/5

Two-bedroom apartment for rent - $925 per month.  Includes all utilities plus DirectTV with DVR.  Call (802) 348-7870.  CB

Nice Wilmington one-bedroom duplex apartment with sun deck and parking.  Close to town.  Tenant pays heat and electric.  Available immediately.  (802) 490-0860.  3/12

Three-bedroom, two full baths on MOOver route, 2.5 miles north of Wilmington center.  Heat and electric are negotiable, Available now,  $1,400 per month. One owner is a VT licensed real estate agent. Call (802) 380-4642 or email yuleman12@gmail.com.  2/20

Recently renovated one-bedroom on East Main Street in Wilmington.  Heat and electricity included in rent. Available March 15.  (802) 490-0860.  3/12  

Butterfield Common, West Dover - Is accepting applications for a two-bedroom townhouse.  Rent is $720 per month and includes heat, hot water, snow and trash removal. Laundry hookup in basement.  Applicants must be income eligible and a one-year lease is required. For  information call (802) 257-7616. Applications can be downloaded from our website at www.stewartproperty.net.  2/20

Rooms for Rent

Monthly rental- Private room and bath.  Single occupant. Monthly rental fee only, no other up-front charges.  Application requested. (802) 464-3700.  2/27

Mount Snow furnished rooms-  $125 per week, $500 per month and up, plus security deposit.  Shared kitchen and common areas.  Close to MOOver bus stop, Route 100 and Dover Green. (802) 464-8287, (401) 524-6421, doverhofmtsnow@gmail.com.  2/27

 

Storage Space

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


10’ x 10’  dry and secure. Call (802) 348-7870. CB


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


Single bay oversized garage for rent on Route 100, Wilmington. $175 per month. Double bay garage for rent. $375 per month. (732) 598-1810. CB

Legals


                               
WARNING
For 2020 Town of Dover
ANNUAL TOWN MEETING

The legal voters of the Town of Dover, Vermont, are hereby notified and warned that, pursuant to Title 17, V.S.A., Section 2655, they are to meet at the Dover Town Hall on Dover Common in said Dover, Vermont on Tuesday, March 3, 2020 at 10 am to act upon the following articles to wit:

ARTICLE TO BE VOTED BY AUSTRALIAN BALLOT (Include Article 1 only)

The polls will open for Australian ballot voting for Town of Dover and River Valleys Unified School District at 7 am and remain open until 7 pm.

ARTICLE 1:                       
To choose all Dover town officers and Unified School District officers for the following positions required by law to be elected at the annual meeting:           

•  Auditor 3-year term
•  Auditor 3-year term
    (1 year remaining)
•  First Constable 1-year term
•  Grand Juror 1-year term
•  Library Trustee  5-year term
•  Library Trustee  5-year term
    (1 year remaining)
•  Moderator - Town 1-year term
•  Select Board Member
    3-year term
•  Select Board Member
    2-year term
•  Town Agent 1-year term
•  Trustee of Public Fund
    1-year term
•  Unified School Director                        3-year term
 
Town Meeting

ARTICLE 2:                       
Shall the voters accept the annual report of the auditors and other town officers?

ARTICLE 3:                       
Shall the voters compensate town officers as follows: Town Treasurer $5,000 annual stipend, Select Board Chairman $2,500 annual stipend, Select Board members $2,000 annual stipend, and Town Auditors $18.48/hr., all others – chairmen Vermont minimum wage plus $1.50/hr., members Vermont minimum wage, and mileage based on the Federal reimbursement rate for the month in which the mileage occurred?

ARTICLE 4:                       
Shall the voters compensate the Town Clerk with an annual salary of $64,403.43?

ARTICLE 5:                       
Shall the voters authorize general fund expenditure for operational expenses of $2,105,244.12 for the coming year?

ARTICLE 6:                       
Shall the voters authorize highway fund expenditure for operational expenses of $1,532,000.18 for the coming year?

ARTICLE 7:             
Shall the voters raise and appropriate $650,000.00 for the Capital Paving Fund?
 
ARTICLE 8:                       
Shall the voters raise and appropriate $300,000.00 for the Capital Equipment Fund?

ARTICLE 9:            
Shall the voters raise and appropriate $80,000.00 for the Capital Building Improvement Fund?

ARTICLE 10:                     
Shall the voters raise and appropriate $236,198.00 for The Dover Free Library?

ARTICLE 11:                    
 Shall the voters raise and appropriate $20,000.00 for Deerfield Valley Rescue Inc.?

ARTICLE 12:               
Shall the voters raise and appropriate $20,000.00 for Support and Services at Home (SASH)?

ARTICLE 13:                  
Shall the voters raise and appropriate $10,000.00 for The Gathering Place?

ARTICLE 14:                    
Shall the voters raise and appropriate $3,372.00 for Southeastern Vermont Economic Development Strategies (SeVEDS) activities?

ARTICLE 15:             
Shall the voters authorize the Selectmen to apply any surplus from the current fiscal year to reduce taxes in the next fiscal year?

ARTICLE 16:                    
Shall the voters authorize the Selectmen to sell properties, which the Town has acquired by gift or through tax sales?

ARTICLE 17:                     
Shall the voters authorize the Selectmen to set the tax rate sufficient to cover the approved expenses of the Town of Dover and the Town of Dover Highway for taxes due on September 15, 2020 and February 15, 2021?

ARTICLE 18:                     
Shall the voters authorize the Selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of taxes?
 
ARTICLE 19:                    
To discuss any items that the voters would like to discuss, and to conduct any other business that may legally come before the voters.
 
ARTICLE 20:                     
Adjourn.
2/20


2020 WARNING ANNUAL TOWN MEETING
Wilmington, Vermont
Tuesday, March 3, 2020

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 10:00 A.M. on Tuesday, March 03, 2020, 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 03, 2020, from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.)

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:        
Shall the Town vote to accept the Town Report.

Article 3:
To see what date or dates will be set for the payment of taxes.

Article 4:
Shall the Town vote to authorize the Selectboard to appoint a town clerk as provided in 17 V.S.A. § 2651e?

Article 5:    
Shall the Town vote to authorize the Selectboard to appoint a town treasurer as provided in 17 V.S.A. § 2651f?

Article 6:    
Shall the Town vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $2,155,219 to care for the expenses and liabilities of the General Fund for fiscal year 2021 (7/1/20 to 6/30/2021).

Article 7:        
Shall the Town vote to raise and appropriate the sum of $1,518,452 to care for the expenses and liabilities of the Town Road Budget for fiscal year 2021 (7/1/20 to 6/30/2021).

Article 8:    
Shall the Town vote to raise and appropriate an additional $1425, for a total of $1500, to Groundworks Collaborative whose purpose is to provides ongoing support to families and individuals facing a full continuum of housing and food insecurities.

Article 9:    
Shall the Town vote to raise and appropriate $10,000 to fund Wings Community Programs whose purpose is to actively engage students in experiences to help them be successful in school and in life as they grow into productive adults.

Article 10:  
Shall the Town vote to allocate the State per parcel payment estimated to be $26,765 to the Reappraisal Reserve Fund.

Article 11:  
Shall the Town vote to raise and appropriate $175,000 to fund the Highway Town Road Equipment Capital Fund.

Article 12:  
Shall the Town vote to raise and appropriate $35,000 to fund the Bridge Capital Fund.

Article 13:  
Shall the Town vote to raise and appropriate $150,000 to fund the Fire Department Equipment Capital Fund.

Article 14:  
Shall the Town vote to raise and appropriate $5,000 to fund the Fire House Capital Fund.

Article     15:    
Shall the Town vote to raise and appropriate $20,000 to fund the Memorial Hall Capital Fund.

Article     16:    
Shall the Town vote to raise and appropriate $12,000 to fund the Library Capital Reserve Fund.

Article 17:    
Shall the Town vote to raise and appropriate $20,000 to fund the Town Hall Capital Fund.

Article 18:    
Shall the Town vote to raise and appropriate $20,000 to fund the Police Equipment Capital Fund.

Article 19:    
Shall the Town vote to raise and appropriate $5,000 to fund the Transfer Station Capital Fund.

Article 20:  
Shall the Town vote to raise and appropriate $5,000 to fund the Public Lands and Fences Capital Fund.

Article 21:  
Shall the Town vote to raise and appropriate $221,000 to fund the Planning and Acquisition for Town Facilities Fund.

Article 22:  
Shall the Town of Wilmington enter into a communications union district to be known as Deerfield Valley Communications Union District, under the provisions of 30 V.S.A. CH82?

Article 23:  
To transact any non-binding business.

Dated at Wilmington, Vermont this 21st day of January 2020.

Selectboard of the Town of Wilmington
Tom Fitzgerald, Chairman        Sarah Fisher
John Gannon, Vice Chair        Ann Manwaring
Vince Rice, Secretary
2/20


WARNING
Wilmington Water District
ANNUAL MEETING

The Legal voters of the WILMINGTON WATER DISTRICT (Wilmington, VT) are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Wilmington Fire House in said Wilmington, Vermont on the second Tuesday of March, March 10, 2020 A.D. at six o’clock pm to consider and act on the following articles of business, viz.:

ARTICLE 1:
To hear and act on the reports of the Officers of the Wilmington Water District.

ARTICLE 2:
To elect Officers of the Wilmington Water District required by law to be elected at the Annual Meeting of the Wilmington Water District

ARTICLE 3:
To transact any other business that may legally come before the meeting.
3/5

 

 

The Deerfield Valley News

797 VT Route 100 North
Wilmington, VT 05363

Phone: 802-464-3388
Fax: 802-464-7255

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