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Town of Wilmington

is hiring

Counselors

for its

Middle School

Summer Recreation Program

Candidates will:

– Have completed grade 9, 10, or 11 by June 2018

– Have some experience working with children

– Be drug and alcohol free

– Be available July 2 – July 27, 2018, 8:30-12:30

Candidates may pick up an application at the Town of Wilmington office upstairs, on the Town of Wilmington website, or with Sandy Crowningshield at TVMHS main office.

 

Applications to be completed and returned to Wilmington Town Office by Tuesday, April 25.

Rec Counsleor Application

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Proposed Work Schedule, Week of 4/23/18, Bennington-Wilmington NH SURF (51) [Route 9 Paving Project]  

PROJECT LOCATION:   The Bennington-Wilmington paving project begins in the town of Bennington along Route 9 just west of the junction of Route 279 and Route 9 and continues easterly along Route 9 for approximately 16 miles. This paving project will include the towns of Bennington, Woodford, Searsburg and Wilmington, and ends at the Wilmington-Marlboro town line. A minor amount of work will be performed in Wilmington this year.

Work to be performed includes cold planing of the existing pavement, surface preparation, (including crack sealing, pothole repair and patching), a new layer of asphalt paving, installation of rumble strips in designated areas, pavement markings, and other related highway items.

SIGNS:  The installation of construction signs has been completed. Those damaged by this past week’s high winds have been repaired/replaced.

SHOULDER WIDENING: Due to the weather this past week, shoulder widening has been rescheduled to begin Monday, 4/23. This work will begin in Woodford.

COLD PLANING: Milling (grinding of the road surface) operations are scheduled to begin the week of 4/23/18 starting at Lind Lane in Searsburg, and progress toward Bennington.

CRACKSEALING:  Crack sealing may possibly begin in the latter part of the week of 4/23/18. This operation is weather dependent and may get pushed into the following week in the case of inclement weather throughout the week.

TRAFFIC DELAYS:  Shoulder widening, milling and crack sealing operations may require single lane closures resulting in one way alternating traffic at times.   Flaggers and uniformed traffic officers will be on site directing the flow of traffic. Minor delays may occur. Please plan your travel time accordingly.

Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is against the law to use a hand held cell phone while driving in Vermont.

 

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Town of Wilmington Vermont
PO Box 217, Wilmington, VT 05363

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

1.      The Town of Wilmington is accepting a proposal for 3,000+ cubic yards of  1” crushed gravel and  a separate                   proposal for 3,000+ cubic yards of 1” crushed ledge to be delivered to the town garage site at 21 Haystack Road               starting June 2018.  Town will choose either 3,000+ yards of crushed gravel or ledge.

2.       Please confirm the price will remain the same through November 30, 2018.

3.       Please include prices for crushed ledge products to be transported by the Town of Wilmington.

4.       Please include price for 1.5”crushed ledge + –  1,200 yards pit price and delivered price.

 

Bidder that is awarded the contract is required to provide a Certificate of Liability Insurance for $1,000,000 and naming the town as an additional insured.

Contract to be awarded as deemed in the best interest of the Town.

Gravel shall consist of material reasonably free from silt, loam, clay, and organic matter.  It shall be obtained from approved sources and shall meet the following requirements:

 

Maximum Size:  1 inch

Sieve Designation                     Percentage by Mass (Weight) Passing Square Mesh Sieves
No. 4                                             20-60
No. 100                                         0-12
No. 200                                         0-6
 

Questions about definition of and standards for crushed ledge, or general questions, please contact Bill Hunt, Road Supervisor, or Sheldon Brassor, Road Foreman, at 802-464-5515.

 

If you wish to submit a proposal, please quote per cubic yard delivered on item #1.  It must be received by 4 P.M.  April 23, 2018.  Please indicate “CRUSHED Gravel BID” on your envelope and deliver to Town of Wilmington, PO Box 217, Wilmington, VT 05363, (Town offices located at 2 East Main Street) or your proposal may be FAXED to us at 802-464-8477.  Bids to be opened on April 24, 2018.

 

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Wilmington Police want to remind persons that winter parking regulations are in effect at the present time.  There is no parking on village streets between the hours of 3:00AM and 6:00AM.  Vehicles left on the streets during those hours may be ticketed by police and/or towed.  We are currently working with several landlords to find alternative locations for persons needing to park during those hours.  The municipal parking lots are also a concern with winter arriving.  The Wilmington Highway Department strives to properly maintain our municipal lots for the use of all residents and visitors alike.  They are however limited to 24 hour parking, please keep this in mind.  In past years police have been called to remove vehicles parked over the 24 hour limit to facilitate snow plowing and removal.   Further Information will be posted on the Town of Wilmington Website as well as the Wilmington Police Department Facebook Page as we continue to work on solutions to this issue.  We appreciate your cooperation. Chief Szarejko

 

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Annual Town Reports

 

The Annual Town Report will no longer be automatically mailed to all taxpayers in February. It will be available on our website, www.wilmingtonvermont.us, it can be e-mailed to you, or there will be a limited number of printed copies for you to request to be mailed.

If you would like a copy mailed or e-mailed to you please call the Town Offices (464-8591) or e-mail, jdefrancesco@wilmingtonvt.us, and request a mailing. A limited number of copies will be available at the door.