Valley Youth Sports Board is looking for a year-round administrator who is organized and self-motivated to join our team! The ideal candidate will possess a passion for youth sports, as well as be able to interact with parents/spectators/officials. VYS administrator will be responsible for searching out/supporting/assisting coaching staff for each sport offered by VYS. The VYS administrator position will include midweek/weekend participation during the sports seasons, as well as contacting outside towns/leagues to create game schedules for upcoming seasons. Please send all letters of interest or request for additional information to VYS, PO Box 1458, Wilmington, VT 05363 or email email@example.com. 3/6
Help wanted - Food prepper and waitress needed for Pizza Palooza in Wilmington. Experience required. Call Sara at (203) 837-0427. 2/27
Marlboro College seeks a nurse practitioner, 16 hours per week for its Total Health Center to provide outpatient medical care and urgent care. This is a nine-month, academic year position. Vermont nurse practitioner license ANCC board certification in adult or family medicine required. Applications are currently being accepted online at: https://nook.marlboro.edu/public/offices/hr/jobs/staff. A complete application will include a resume and cover letter describing your interest and qualifications. 2/27
Local cleaning and restoration company has an open position for an assistant cleaning technician. The ideal applicant must have a minimum of high school education, clean driver’s license and reliable transportation, have a presentable appearance, like to work with people in a fast-paced environment. Some emergency after-hours and weekend work. Call (802) 464-3839. 3/6
Part-time dishwasher needed for Deerfield Valley senior meal site in Jacksonville. This position is three days a week and approximately five hours a day. Looking for someone who enjoys working with people and can multi-task. Please call (802) 368-7567 for more information. A program of Senior Solutions of Southern VT. CB
VT Gun Show
March 8 to 9 at the VFW, 40 Black Mtn. Rd,
info: (802) 875-4540
Federal & State Income Tax Service
Buswell’s Business Services with over 35 years of experience.
Justice of The Peace - Notary Public
Call (802) 464-2076. 4/10
Brooks business and tax consulting, tax preparation, and audit representation. Free initial consultation. Over 15 years experience. Personal, business and corporate tax returns. Bookkeeping and payroll services. IRS enrolled agent. Call (802) 464-5853 or email firstname.lastname@example.org (mention this ad for a 10% discount). M4/10
Local and Long Distance
Call (802) 464-2076
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
VALLEY CAB SERVICES
LOCAL, LONG DISTANCE, AND AIRPORT RUNS.
Call Chris Cooke at
(802) 348-7827. CB
Wanted- Apartments, condos, and houses. Have qualified tenants. Let us do the work locally for you. Boyd Real Estate. (802) 464-8618. 6/26
items for sale
For sale: sander, coming off of a one-ton pickup. $600 or best offer. A 275-gallon oil tank, $225. Hot tub with high efficiency heater and cover, $500. DutchWest wood stove, $200 (802) 464-1482. 3/6
Heavy equipment trailer - Nine-ton, three-axle with 8' x 18' deck, $2,500. (802) 464-5573. CB
Storage shed. 8' by 12'. Delivered to your location. $1,200. (802) 464-5573. CB
Oversized single bay garage, $150 per month. Oversized double garage connected by door, electric, plus 1/2 bath with small heated office in the rear of one. $300 per month. VAST trail access, on Route 100, Wilmington, $75 per snowmobile. Call Sal (732) 598-1810. CB
Deerfield Valley Mini-Storage. 5'x10', 10'x15' and 10'x20' bays in Wilmington. (802) 464-8632. CB
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
houses for rent
Four-bedroom house for rent in Wardsboro. Revamped interior, many new appliances, garage, beautiful hardwood floors. Gorgeous yard. $1,300 per month. For pictures and information call (917) 679-8854 or email email@example.com. 3/13
Home for rent, West Dover, (Mount Snow). Built 2005, lovely home for rent near Mount Snow, available end of March. Fully furnished, three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, washer/dryer, one-car garage, 1,500 sq. ft. $800 per month plus utilities. Credit check, security deposit, and rental agreement required. Telephone or cable available but not included. Great deal, pretty house. (908) 236-7821. 2/27
House for rent: Walk to Lake Raponda, minutes to skiing. Gorgeous, huge house on two acres available for yearly rental, minutes to downtown Wilmington. Five bedrooms, three baths, 3,200 sq. ft. Two wood stoves and Rinnai heater allow for energy-efficient heating. Forested front yard and open fields in backyard. Full wall of picture windows looking out over mountain views. Fully furnished. Gym on lower level, large TV and game room with pool table/ping pong. Large deck. Built-in desk in loft. One bedroom has sliding doors to deck. Spacious kitchen. Mud room, pantry, laundry room. Private setting, easy access to hiking trails. No pets or smoking in house. $1,500/month, utilities/plowing not included. Rental period can begin as early as March or as late as June. First and last month’s rent and $1,500 security deposit at signing. Call (908) 399 7888. 2/27
Real estate for sale
Jacksonville home for sale- Quaint, renovated two-bedroom, two-bath village home. Updated electric service, furnace, and water heater, hardwood floors. Walk to post office, country store, library, winery, park. $125,000. Call (516) 314-0640. M2/27
Sweet cottage for sale: Adorable house for sale in Wilmington. Many new upgrades, propane heat, hearthstone gas “wood” stove in living room, three bedrooms, one bath. Nice gardens, picket fence, huge deck, covered porch area with attached shed. Easy access to everything, but very private. Priced to sell! Please call (802) 464-8664. M4/10
rooms for rent
Red Oak Inn- Route 100 on MOOver route. Nightly/weekly, or long-term 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 or firstname.lastname@example.org. 2/27
Nice, one-and two-bedroom apartments available immediately in Wilmington. Call for details. (802) 464-0324. 5/1
Awesome, large, brand new, two-bedroom. Architect designed. Radiant heat, hot water included, washer and dryer included. Super bright and sunny, seven giant windows overlooking the river. Giant walk-in shower with two shower heads. Downtown Wilmington. References, first, last, and security required. (917) 693-1425. CB
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
One-bedroom apartment, $850, includes heat, electricity not included. Call (802) 579-7900. 2/27
Wilmington apartment for rent - Cozy, light, two-bedroom. Storage upstairs and down. Living room, bath with tub/shower combo. Laundry room with washer and dryer. Dining room with large table and chairs. Large kitchen with dinette, stove, dishwasher and refrigerator. Oil heat, hot water, electric, garage door with remote, trash removal, snow plowing and lawn care included. Call (802) 464-8222. 2/27
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. CB
Three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment on MOOver route. Washer/dryer included. One-and-one-half months security, $900 per month. Available May 5. Call (732) 598-1810. CB
Wilmington - Five miles south of Mount Snow. Living room, kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and family room. Sleeps eight. Monthly, weekly, and weekend rates. Call (203) 247-1340. 3/20
Whitingham - Secluded dead end road. Living room, kitchen, two bedrooms, one bathroom. On VAST trail. Monthly, weekly, and weekend rates. (203) 247-2101. 3/20
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: March 17, 2014 at 7 pm, at which time the Board will hear all interested persons in the following matters:
Application # 2014-010; owner: Patricia Harrington of Honora Winery; co-applicant: Anthony Lopez. Application being made for Subdivision review to allow division of a 15.08 acre lot into two lots of 1.68 acres and 13.4 acres and merging each lot with an adjoining lot; Zoning Ordinance Section 300 & 305; location: 211 VT Rte 9 East.
Application # 2014-011; owner: William LaBonte; Co-applicant: James Millar. Application being made for Subdivision review to allow division of a 7.4 acre lot into two lots of 5.024 acres and 2.376 acres and merging the smaller lot with an adjoining lot; Zoning Ordinance Section 300 & 305; location: 19 Titus Farm Lane.
Application # 2014-013; owner: Clifford Duncan. Application being made for Conditional Use, Historic Review District and Flood Hazard review to allow renovation of an existing structure and establishment of an Retail with Recreation Use; Zoning Ordinance Section 270.B, 320, 620, 804, 811, 820; location: 36 West Main Street. 2/27
For 2014 Town of Dover Annual Town Meeting
Town School District Meeting
Town Meeting Tues March 4, 10 am. Pre-Town Meeting Tues Feb. 25, 7 pm.
The legal voters of the Town of Dover, Vermont, and the Town School District 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 4, 2014, 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 at 10 am and remain open until 7 pm.
Article 1: To choose all Dover town officers and Dover 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 (2 years remaining)
First Constable 1-year term
Grand Juror 1-year term
Library Trustee 5-year term
Lister 3-year term
Moderator - School 1-year term
Moderator - Town 1-year term
School Director 3-year term
School Director 2-year term
Second Constable 1-year term
Selectman 3-year term
Selectman 2-year term
Town Agent 1-year term
Trustee of Public
Funds 1-year term
Article 2: Shall the Town School District authorize the expenditure of $45,200 over the next year to implement the International Baccalaureate program (please see school board report in Town report) at the Dover School, with $31,500 to be in the operating budget annually to sustain the program?
Article 3: Shall the Town School District authorize the expenditure of $20,000 to hire a consultant to work with the Board and Building Committee for ideas, recommendations, proposals and cost estimates to enhance, enlarge and better utilize the school building as a school and community resource?
Article 4: Shall the Town School District set the annual tuition rate to approved independent schools as required by Title 16, Section 824(c), for students in grades seven through twelve, at $15,400 for the 2014/2015 school year?
Article 5: Shall the Town School District compensate the Officers as follows- Chairperson- $2,500 per year; Members- $2,000 per year, and mileage reimbursement at the Federal reimbursement rate for the month in which the mileage occurred?
Article 6: Shall the Town School District authorize any surplus from the 2013/2014 budget to be placed in the Capital Reserve Fund?
Article 7: Shall the Town School District authorize funding the Capital Vehicle Fund in the amount of $10,550, with such funds coming from the Capital Reserve Fund?
Article 8: Shall the Town School District authorize funding of the Capital Building fund in the amount of $20,018, with such funds coming from the Capital Reserve Fund?
Article 9: Shall the Town School District authorize Operational Expenses in the amount of $2,701,503 for the operational budget for the 2014/2015 school year?
Article 10: Shall the Town School District authorize the School Directors to withdraw money from the Capital Reserve Fund to offset the Homestead tax rate, but not more than $330,000?
Article 11: To informally discuss options for moving the Town School District Meeting to a different time and or date in conjunction with the Select Board.
Article 12: To hear a brief report of the joint efforts of the Select Board and School Board on the lobbying efforts to prevent “bad things” from happening to the School and Town.
Article 13: To discuss any other items that the voters would like to discuss, and to conduct any other business that may legally come before the voters.
Article 14: Shall the voters accept the annual report of the auditors and other town officers?
Article 15: Shall the voters compensate town officers as follows: Town Clerk $48,074.49 annual salary, Town Treasurer $47,945.57 annual salary, Selectboard Chairman $2,500 annual stipend, Selectboard members $2,000 annual stipend, Lister Chairman $18.34/hr., Listers $15.39-17.34/hr., all others - chairmen $9.20/hr., members $8.73/hr., and mileage based on the Federal reimbursement rate for the month in which the mileage occurred?
Article 16: Shall the voters authorize general fund expenditure for operational expenses of $2,128,539.87 for the coming year?
Article 17: Shall the voters authorize highway fund expenditure for operational expenses of $1,245,163.97 for the coming year?
Article 18: Shall the voters raise and appropriate $450,000.00 for the Capital Paving Fund?
Article 19: Shall the voters raise and appropriate $200,000.00 for the Capital Equipment Fund?
Article 20: Shall the voters raise and appropriate $100,000.00 for the Capital Building Improvement Fund?
Article 21: Shall the voters raise and appropriate $65,000.00 for the Town of Dover Legal Defense Fund?
Article 22: Shall the voters exempt the property of the East Dover Volunteer Fire Co., Inc. from property taxes for 5 years in accordance with V.S.A. Title 32 Se. 3840?
Article 23: Shall the voters authorize the Selectmen to apply any surplus from the current fiscal year to reduce taxes in the next fiscal year?
Article 24: Shall the voters authorize the Selectmen to sell properties, which the Town has acquired by gift or through tax sales?
Article 25: 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 August 15, 2014 and February 18, 2015?
Article 26: Shall the voters authorize the Selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of taxes?
Article 27: To transact any other business that may legally come before this meeting. 2/27
MORTGAGEE’S NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE OF REAL PROPERTY
As ordered by the Court set forth below and in connection with a certain mortgage given by Todd R. Scully and Gloria N. Ramirez-Scully to National City Mortgage Co. dba Commonwealth United Mortgage Company, dated June 7, 2002 and recorded in Book 115 Page 168 of the land records of the Town of Whitingham, of which mortgage the undersigned is the present holder, and in accordance with the Judgment Order and Decree of Foreclosure entered January 14, 2014 in the action entitled National City Bank v Todd R. Scully and Gloria N. Ramirez-Scully, by the Windham Unit, Civil Division, Vermont Superior Court, Docket No. 270-5-09 Wmcv for breach of the conditions of said mortgage and for the purpose of foreclosing the same will be sold at Public Auction at 854 Stone House Road, Whitingham, Vermont on March 20, 2014 at 12 pm all and singular the premises described in said mortgage,
Commencing at a point on the north side of Stone House Road, so-called, marking the southeast corner of land now or formerly of Griswold; thence North 40° East a distance of 214.5 feet to a point; thence North 38° 48’ East a distance of 2048.0 feet to a point; thence South 28 3/4° West a distance of 2119 feet, more or less, to a point; thence South 18° West a distance of 181.5 feet to a point marking the southeast corner of the lands conveyed herein and the northerly boundary of Stone house Road, so-called; thence North 52° west along the boundary of Stone House Road, so-called, a distance of 444 feet, more or less, to the place of beginning, containing 10 plus acres.
Reference is hereby made to the above instruments and to the records and references contained therein in further aid of this description.
Terms of sale: Said premises will be sold and conveyed subject to all liens, encumbrances, unpaid taxes, tax titles, municipal liens and assessments, if any, which take precedence over the said mortgage above described.
TEN THOUSAND ($10,000.00) Dollars of the purchase price must be paid in cash, certified check, bank treasurer’s or cashier’s check at the time and place of the sale by the purchaser. The balance of the purchase price shall be paid in cash, certified check, bank treasurer’s or cashier’s check within thirty (30) days after the date of sale.
The mortgagor is entitled to redeem the premises at any time prior to the sale by paying the full amount due under the mortgage, including the costs and expenses of the sale.
Other terms to be announced at the sale.
DATED : February 18, 2014
By: /s/: Amber L. Doucette, Esq.
Amber L. Doucette, Esq.
Bendett and McHugh, PC
270 Farmington Ave., Ste. 151
Farmington, CT 06032
860-677-2868, x 1090
Fax 860-409-0626 3/6
The legal voters of the Wilmington Water District, Wilmington, Vermont are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Wilmington Fire House in said Wilmington, Vermont on the second Tuesday in March, March 11, 2014 A.D. at seven o’clock P.M. 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.
Wilmington Water District Board of Commissioners
Guy Nido Jr.
Mary Jane Finnegan
Dated and Recorded February 4, 2014 3/6
The legal voters of the Wilmington Water District, Vermont, are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Wilmington Fire Station in the Town of Wilmington on Tuesday, March 18, 2014, between the hours of ten o’clock (10) in the forenoon (a.m.), at which time the polls will open, and seven o’clock (7) in the afternoon (p.m.), at which time the polls will close, to vote by Australian ballot upon the following Article of business:
ARTICLE I: Shall general obligation bonds of the Wilmington Water District in an amount not to exceed One Million Sixty Thousand Dollars ($1,060,000), subject to reduction from the receipt of available state and federal grants-in-aid be issued for the purpose of financing the construction of public water supply source, transmission and distribution improvements, at an estimated cost of One Million Sixty Thousand Dollars ($1,060,000)?
The legal voters of the Wilmington Water District are further notified that voter qualification, registration and absentee voting relative to said special meeting shall be as provided in Chapters 43, 51 and 55 of Title 17, Vermont Statutes Annotated.
The legal voters of the Wilmington Water District are further notified that an informational meetings will be held on Tuesday, February 25, 2014 and on Tuesday, March 11, 2014 at the Wilmington Fire Station in the Town of Wilmington at seven o’clock (7) in the evening, for the purpose of explaining the proposed improvements and the financing thereof.
Adopted and approved at a meeting of the Board of Water Commissioners of the Wilmington Water District duly called, noticed and held on February 11, 2014. Received for record and recorded in the records of the Wilmington Water District on February 12, 2014.
Wilmington Water District Board of Commissioners
Guy Nido Jr.
Mary Jane Finnegan 3/13
AT&T proposes two (2) new wireless communications facilities to be located in Windham County. VT6314 - Marlboro Snow Mountain will be located on Vermont Route 9 in Marlboro, Vermont and will entail the construction of a 143’ monopole along with ancillary equipment at ground level. VT6327 Townshend Tarbell will be located at 1889 Vermont Route 30, in Townshend, Vermont and will entail the construction of a 143’ monopole along with ancillary equipment at ground level. Comments regarding the potential effects from this site on historic properties may be submitted within 30-days from the date of this publication to: Andrew Maziarski - IVI Telecom Services, Inc., 55 West Red Oak Lane, White Plains, New York 10604, CulturalResources@ivi-intl.com, or 914-694-1930. 2/27