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DATE: August 16, 2019

LOCATION: Route 100 through the towns of Wilmington, Dover, and Stratton. It begins in Wilmington at the intersection of East Main Street and North Main Street, continuing for 11.605 miles through the towns of Dover and Stratton, ending near the Stratton/Wardsboro town line (near Penny Avenue).

TRAFFIC IMPACT: For the week of Monday, August 19 – Friday, August 23, 2019, motorists can expect intermittent periods of alternating one-way traffic along the construction route as the contractor begins cold planning of old pavement surface. Flaggers will be present to guide motorists through the work zone and manage traffic safely.

DURATION: During the Summer/Fall 2019 construction season, crews will be working 7 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday. Crews are anticipated to wrap up work for the 2019 season in October.

PROJECT COMPLETION: July 2020

SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES/NOTICES: Beginning Monday, August 19, 2019 crews will continue course milling the roadway along Route 100 in Wilmington working north. Crews will also begin shoulder reconstruction and the removal of shoulder berm.

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The Town of Wilmington is accepting proposals for the removal of snow from town sidewalks for the 2019-2021 Winter Season, as a 3-year multi-season contract.

Deadline for receipt of proposals at the Town Offices is Monday, September 16, 2019, at 12:00 PM noon. Proposals can be mailed to the Town of Wilmington, PO Box 217, Wilmington, Vermont 05363, delivered to the Wilmington Town Offices during regular business hours at 2 East Main Street, Wilmington, (802) 464-8591, or by email to jdefrancesco@wilmingtonvt.us .

Questions should be directed to Scott Tucker, Town Manager at 802-464-851, or Road Supervisor Bill Hunt at 802-464-5515 using the information above.

 

Specifications:

1.   Sidewalks shall be plowed with equipment provided by the Contractor.

2.   Contractor will plow all downtown sidewalks sufficient so that there are no obstructed walkways (making every effort to remove all snow obstructions within 24 hrs of end of snowfall).  Plowing will be done so as to minimize any damage to poles, signs and steps.  Contract will not include any salting/sanding or plowing of parking lots.

3.   Contractor will salt and sand the north side of the West Main St sidewalk.

4.   If during the day snow accumulation on the sidewalks reaches 2-4 inches or if requested by Town, use a small machine to clear a path on sidewalks sufficient for people to walk.

5.   Contractor shall provide a loader for the removal of snow to be placed in areas indicated by the Wilmington Road Supervisor.  Under no conditions shall snow be dumped in the Deerfield River or Beaver Brook.

6.   The proposal may be submitted by an hourly rate for all required equipment (loader, operator, skid steer, skid operator, and other necessary equipment used) or as a total seasonal cost for removal.

7.   Contractor must use appropriate equipment to make every effort to avoid damage to the sidewalks, curbing or lawns during plowing. Damage caused under this contract to poles, signs, steps, and other property is the responsibility of the Contractor.

8.  Contractor shall provide a list of references.

9.  The Town of Wilmington reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all proposals, in whole or in part, with or without cause; to waive any informalities, formalities, and technicalities in the process; and to make awards in any manner that is deemed to be in the best interest of the Town.

10.  The contractor eventually awarded the project will be required to provide proof of general liability insurance in the minimum amount of $1,000,000, naming the Town of Wilmington as an “Additional Insured,” and having Workers’ Compensation coverage.Snow

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The Town of Wilmington, Vermont is seeking an energetic, innovative and effective full-time Highway Superintendent to lead a department with 8 equipment operators and one Transfer Station / Maintenance worker. A leadership focus on community engagement is essential. Wilmington is a scenic Vermont four season tourist destination with a population of 1,876, located in the heart of the Deerfield Valley, home to Mount Snow and Haystack Mountain; with a walkable historic village, restaurants and stores, lakes for boating and swimming, trails for hiking and biking; and much more!

A resume and letter of intent is due to the Town Manager at 2 East Main Street, Wilmington, VT 05363 or emailed to jdefrancesco@wilmingtonvt.us on August 9, 2019 or until filled.

The recommended minimum qualifications are:  5-years supervisory experience demonstrating effective managerial skills with the ability to provide/receive timely constructive feedback; 10-years experience driving dump trucks and plowing snow, with one year operating heavy equipment; high school diploma or equivalent is required; associate’s or bachelor’s degree preferred;  valid driver’s license and clean driving record; valid Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Level A or B ; OSHA 10-hour or 30-hour certification; and a masters level of Vermont Local Roads Road Scholar Program is desirable; ability to understand and apply MRGP-REI requirements.

 

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Zoning Administrator / Health Officer / Wilmington, Vermont
The Town of Wilmington, Vermont is seeking an energetic, innovative and effective full-time Zoning Administrator and Health Officer. The primary position acts as the Town Administrative Officer pursuant to Vermont Statutes Title 24 to administer, implement, and enforce town zoning and sign ordinances, assisting permit applicants, while providing staff support and technical assistance to the Planning Commission and Development Review Board. Wilmington is a scenic four season tourist destination with a population of 1,876, located in the heart of Deerfield Valley, home to Mount Snow and Haystack Mountain; with a walkable historic village, restaurants, stores, lakes for boating and swimming, trails for hiking and biking; and much more!

The recommended minimum qualifications required are an associate’s or bachelor’s degree with min. 2-years of experience in zoning administration: working knowledge of town zoning codes and town planning; ability to interpret, explain and enforce town zoning codes, to work independently and collaboratively; ability to use Word, Excel, and other necessary computer programs; excellent record keeping, organizational, and people skills; ability to interpret and administer town and state health codes. Consideration is made for qualifications in a related field and/or a combination of training, experience, knowledge and ability over min. 3 to 5-years (i.e.: building construction, zoning, land use planning, development review, etc.).

A resume and letter of intent is due to the Town Manager at 2 East Main Street, Wilmington, VT 05363 or emailed to jdefrancesco@wilmingtonvt.us on or before July 18, 2019.

Position will remain open until filled. EOE

 

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The Wilmington Police Department is accepting applications for a full-time police officer position.

We are seeking positive, self-motivated individuals to join our police force, individuals who want to contribute to community engaging activities and making Wilmington a safer place for all that live and visit here.  Our officers work four days per week 10 hours each day for 40 hours with the expectation of working overtime as needed. Elective overtime is available to officers including highway safety patrols, snowmobile patrols and police details.

Officers will receive paid vacation; VMERS plan D retirement (20 year), paid sick time, health insurance, deferred comp (elective) and holiday pay. Pay rate for full time certified officers starting at $45760 and higher depending on experience.

Currently seeking full time certified police officers and preference to applicants already Vermont full time certified. VT certified FT police officers may be eligible for a hiring bonus of up to $7500.  Full time certified police applicants from out of state who qualify for a waiver certification from the VJCTC would be eligible for a hiring bonus up to $5000.

Applications are available on Town of Wilmington website.  Please send completed applications to Chief of Police.  Chief of Police, Wilmington Police Department PO Box 217, Wilmington, VT 05363.  The position will remain posted until it is filled. The Town of Wilmington is an Equal opportunity employer.

 

Patrol Officer Application Packet

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The Wilmington Planning Commission in considering replacing the current Floodplain Regulations in the Zoning Ordinance with a regulation that includes both FEMA Special Flood Hazard Areas and ANR designated River Corridors.  The below map link shows where these areas are located in Wilmington.  Please review this map to see if your property may be impacted.  Contact the Zoning Administrator, Craig Ohlson, at cohlson@wilmingtonvt.us or (802)464-8591 with any questions.  A hard copy map is available for viewing at the Town Office.

http://windhamregional.maps.arcgis.com/apps/View/index.html?appid=1d1751f1de4845ceb10d2f8a9eb8ea0c

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The Wilmington, Vermont, Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Police Sergeant.

Position:

This is an exciting full-time supervisory opportunity in a vibrant four-season tourism market, nestled in southern Vermont. The Sergeant reports directly to the Chief and assists in the day-to-day supervision of police officers and staff. The Sergeant is an energetic and visible community policing leader, experienced in investigations, patrol & dispatch; performing additional duties such as scheduling, training, etc. The Sergeant assumes the Police Chief’s duties in his absence.

Benefits:

The Wilmington Police Department is a great place to work and offers excellent benefits: VMERS Retirement Group D (20-year retirement), health insurance, paid vacations, holidays, sick time and personal time. The hiring range is $25.00 – $28.00 per hour, based upon experience and qualifications. Take home cruiser, advanced training opportunities, snowmobile patrol and overtime details.

Successful Applicant Requirements for the position:

Education: Associates Degree (Bachelor’s Degree Preferred)

Experience: At least five (5) years full-time police experience with a demonstrated record of professional development.

A $5000 signing bonus is available for qualified applicants with full-time Vermont certification.

Applications are available on www.wilmingtonvermont.us website. Send completed applications to Chief Matthew Murano by 11/30/2018 or until position is filled: Wilmington Police Dept., PO Box 217, 2 East Main St., Wilmington, VT 05363 or matthew.murano@vermont.gov; Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Sergeant Application Packet