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The Wilmington Police Department is receiving higher than normal complaints about telephone scams.  Please be aware that if you receive a call from a person that’s identifies themselves as a family member, usually a grandchild, asking for money for an emergency it is most likely a scam. Please call your family member directly to verify it was a family member. The other ones involve the estates from long lost relatives, IRS, property taxes, banks updating credit card information promising lower rates, etc.  Some are even from  our local exchange 464 numbers.  Never give out identifying information such as your birth date, social security numbers or verify the account number to these persons.  The authentic organizations will never ask for that information over the phone.  For more information on telephone scams check the Federal Trade Commission’s website,, under scams.




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Issued By:  Vermont – Attorney General’s Office

Affected Jurisdictions:  Vermont

Headline:  VT Attorney General Scam Alert: New Utility Disconnection Scam

This is an important alert about an active phone scam in Vermont.

Callers claiming to be from the power company are threatening to disconnect service if money is not sent to them immediately. Some callers may ask where your power meter is located. Your power company does not make calls or threats like this – these are scam calls.

If you get one of these calls, hang up the phone. Do not call back or speak with the scammers. Call our office to report the calls, and call your utility if you are concerned about your service.

If you have lost money to this scam, contact us immediately. Our number is 800-649-2424 toll-free in Vermont, or dial 802-656-3183.

Together, we can stop scammers in their tracks. Please share this information with everyone you know. Thank you!





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The Project continued this week North towards Village East.

The plan for the coming week is to be within 200’ of the Town Line.  We plan to cross Village East on Tuesday or Wednesday 7/11 or 12.

At the end of the day today there will be 1,147’ of pipe left to install in Coldbrook Road.
We currently expect the last day of the full road closure to be 7/21.

For the week of 7/10-14 access will be:
1) Brook Bound, Ives Road, Sturgis Road, Hermitage Club, Coldbrook Road SOUTH of Village East
a. Please use Coldbrook from the South.
2) Village East
a. Please use Handle Road from the North until Wednesday when it can be accessed from the South.

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The following is an update for the West Main Street project.  The project is very close to completion!


The contractor installed the crosswalk near the pedestrian bridge and a crosswalk warning sign yesterday (Thursday, 6/29).  The only remaining item to be installed is the electrical service and control panel for the new lights.  However, due to complications with a property owner, the contractor has not yet installed the lighting control panel and electrical service.  Therefore, the lights will not be in operation by the project completion deadline of today, June 30.  The Town is working on a solution to complete this work within the next couple weeks.


The contractor will be responsible for grass restoration until full growth is established.  This will be ongoing and the contractor will be on-site from time to time to water and repair any erosion from rain events.

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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,, 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,, and request a mailing before February 18, 2016. A limited number of copies will be available at the door.