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We would like to remind drivers that some dirt roads can get messy and close to impassable during mud season. We have had a heavy thaw this last week and some of the back roads are in rough shape. Please try to refrain from using these roads as shortcuts during this time while the road crew works to try and repair what they can. Some roads have been posted as “residents only” or with weight limits. PLEASE pay close attention to these signs.

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The Town of Wilmington Cemetery Commission is accepting sealed bids for 2018-2020 mowing and maintenance of the Town’s four cemeteries: Riverview, Intervale, Averill and Restland. Deadline to receive proposals: March 8, 2018 at 4 pm. Mail to: Town of Wilmington Cemetery Bid, PO Box 217, Wilmington, VT 05363 or hand deliver to Town Manager’s Office, 2 East Main Street. More Information at (802) 464-8591.

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Request for Proposal – the Town of Wilmington Vermont

Town of Wilmington requests bids for the purchasing, planting and maintenance of the Route 9 Town Beautification flower program for the summer of 2018.

Proposal Specifications:

The Town of Wilmington maintains a beautification program that includes planters boxes/hangers on and around the Town Hall building, the bridges east and west of the town center, approximately 50 whiskey barrels, and flowers on three of the Town’s Welcome Signs at the east, west and north entrances to Wilmington.  Approved contractor will work with the Town Manager and Beautification Committee in designing the appropriate types of flowers and colors.

Bid is to include:

– Flowers minimum 4” plants and planting media – Include the genus and species of the plants and other planting materials.

– Planting the flowers in the barrels and window boxes.

– Explanation of the type of ongoing maintenance you would provide for the planted flowers.

– Planting to commence Memorial Day and end Columbus Weekend if weather appropriate.

– Cleaning up the flowers at the end of the summer season.

– Total cost for all work.

– Town of Wilmington will place and pickup barrels.

– Town of Wilmington will be responsible for placement and pickup of barrels.

Wilmington reserves the right to reject any and all bids if it is in the Town’s best interest to do so.

Insurance Requirements Upon Contract Approval:

Certificate of Liability Insurance in the minimum amount of $1,000,000 and either a Certificate of Workers’ Compensation Insurance OR a waiver form (hold harmless agreement) is required.  The certificate should name the Town of Wilmington as an additional insured for the work the contractor will be doing.  Federal W-9 Form will be completed and returned to Town, if applicable.

 

Proposals Due:

Please submit your proposal on or before 4 p.m. on Friday, March 2, 2018 to:

Via mail:  Scott Tucker, Wilmington Town Manager, P.O. Box 217, Wilmington, VT 05363, OR

Delivered to: Town Manager’s Office, 2 East Main Street, 2nd Floor, OR Faxed to (802) 464-8477.

 

For answers to questions please contact Jessica DeFrancesco, Administrative Assistant at 464-8591 or by email, jdefrancesco@wilmingtonvt.us.

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Request for Proposal – the Town of Wilmington Vermont

Town of Wilmington requests bids for the purchasing, planting and maintenance of the Route 100 Flower Barrel Program for the summer of 2018.

Proposal Specifications:

The Town of Wilmington maintains a beautification program along Route 100 that includes groupings of four planters (one large and three small) at four locations. Planter placement shall be determined by the Beautification Committee and Town Manager. The flowers should complement the two designs of the Route 9 flower barrels, one sun and the other shade. Approved contractor will work with the Town Manager and Beautification Committee in designing the appropriate types of flowers and colors.

Bid is to include:

-Flowers minimum 4” plants and planting media – Include the genus and species of the plants.

-Appropriate filler and planting the flowers.

-Explanation of the type of on going maintenance you would provide to the planted flowers.

-Planting to commence Memorial Day and end Columbus Weekend if weather appropriate.

-Cleaning up the flowers at the end of the summer season.

-Total cost for all work.

-Town of Wilmington will be responsible for placement and pickup of barrels.

Wilmington reserves the right to reject any and all bids; if it is the Town’s best interest to do so.

Insurance Requirements Upon Contract Approval:

Certificate of Liability Insurance in the minimum amount of $1,000,000 and either a Certificate of Workers’ Compensation Insurance OR a waiver form (hold harmless agreement) is required.  The certificate should name the Town of Wilmington as an additional insured for the work the contractor will be doing.  Federal W-9 Form will be completed and returned to Town, if applicable.

 

Proposals Due:

Please submit your proposal on or before 4 p.m. on Friday March 2, 2018 to:

Via mail:  Scott Tucker, Wilmington Town Manager, P.O. Box 217, Wilmington, VT 05363

Delivered to: Town Manager’s Office, 2 East Main Street, 2nd Floor, OR Faxed to (802) 464-8477

Via Email to: stucker@wilmingtonvt.us

 

For answers to questions please contact Jessica DeFrancesco, Administrative Assistant at 464-8591 or by email, jdefrancesco@wilmingtonvt.us.

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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.