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The Town of Wilmington requests bids for the purchasing, planting and maintenance of the Town Beautification flower program for the summer of 2019.
Proposal Specifications:
The Town of Wilmington maintains a beautifications program that includes planter boxes/hangers on and around the Town Hall building, the bridges east and west of the town center, 59 large and 32 small whiskey barrels, and flowers on the three of the Town’s Welcome signs at the east, west and north entrances to Wilmington, River Bank Park, Memorial Hall, Reardon Bridge, and Pettee Memorial Library. Approved contractor will work with the Town Manager and the Beautification Committee under the following plant descriptions.
Bid is to include:
Replacement of 20 hanging liners and 80” hayracks

Town:
50 large wooden whiskey barrels:
4 pink whopper begonias
1 plectranthus-argentatus/silver shield
2 yellow lantana
2 blue scaevola
2 sweet potato vine
Total 10-4-inch plants + 1 plectranthus-argentatus/silver shield-6 inch= 11 PLANTS TOTAL

6 large wooden whiskey barrels-shade:
1 colocasia
4 pink dragon wing begonias
2 white sun patiens
2 yellow lantana
2 blue scaevola
2 sweet potato vine
Total 12-4-inch plants + 1 colocasia-6 inch=13 PLANTS TOTAL

RT 100 BARRELS:
32 small barrels:
3 pink whopper begonias
1 plectranthus-argentatus/ silver shield
2 yellow lantana
2 blue scaevola
1 sweet potato vine
Total 8-4-inch plants + 1 plectranthus-argentatus/silver shield -6 inch = 9 TOTAL PLANTS

3 large wooden whiskey barrels:
4 pink whopper begonias
1 plectranthus-argentatus
2 yellow lantana
2 blue scaevola
2 sweet potato vine
Total 10-4-inch plants + 1 plectranthus-argentatus/silver shield -6 inch = 11 PLANTS TOTAL

TOWN OFFICE BUILDING:
5- 36-inch hayracks
2- 44-inch hayracks
FLOWERS:
Pink dragon wing begonias
Purple heliotrope
Yellow lantana
White gaura or white alyssum (lobularia)
Blue scaevola
Sweet potato

2 wooden ground level window boxes (Town Clerk Door)
FLOWERS:
Pink dragon white begonias
White baby wing begonias

DOT’S BRIDGE-4 WOODEN WINDOW BOXES
Flowers:
Pink dragon wings
White gaura (6 inch)
Yellow lantana
Blue scaevola
Sweet potato vine

PERGOLA PARK/RIVER BANK PARK
1 large wooden window box
1 front planter (street level)
2 small elevated planters
FLOWERS:
Pink whopper begonias
Yellow lantana
Blue scaevola
Sweet potato vine
White gaura (6 inch)
Sweet potato vine
2 prince tut (6 inch)
Tallow thunbergia

MEMORIAL HALL:
2 wooden window boxes
FLOWERS:
Pink whopper begonias
Yellow lantana
Blue scaevola
White alyssum
Sweet potato vine

Flag Pole area:
Verbena bonariensis 606 jumbo flat

REARDON WALKING BRIDGE:
8- 44-inch hayracks
2- 80-inch hayracks
FLOWERS:
Pink dragon wings
Yellow lantana
Blue scaevola
White alyssum or white gaura
Sweet potato vine

WELCOME SIGNS:
3- 55-inch hayracks (Rt 100 N, RT 9 E, RT 9 W)
FLOWERS:
Pink whopper begonias
Yellow lantana
Blue scaevola
White gaura or white alyssum
Sweet potato vine

PETTEE MEMORIAL LIBRARY:
2 planters
FLOWERS:
Pink whopper begonias
Yellow lantana
Blue scaevola
White alyssum

HANGING BASKETS: DOTS BRIDGE & RT 9 East
20- 17-inch hanging baskets
FLOWERS:
Pink dragon wing begonias
Yellow lantana
Blue scaevola
White petunias
Sweet potato vines

  • Planting flowers in the barrels and window boxes
  • Planting medium
  • 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
  • Town of Wilmington will place and pick up the barrels
  • Total cost for all work
    Wilmington reserves the right to reject any and all bids if it is in the Town’s best interest to do so. Please submit a proposal for a three-year contract. All multi-year contracts to be approved by the Selectboard.

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 must be completed and returned to Town.

Proposals Due:
Please submit your proposal on or before 4 pm on January 15, 2019 to:
Via mail: Town of Wilmington, Barrel Program, PO Box 217, Wilmington, VT 05363 OR
Delivered: Town Manager’s Office, 2 East Main St, 2nd floor, Wilmington, VT 05363 OR
Email to: Jessica DeFrancesco, Administrative Assistant, jdefrancesco@wilmingtonvt.us

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Winter Parking Ban Reminder

Reminder: Winter Parking Ban Starts November 15th and goes until April 15th. During this time there is no parking on the streets from 3AM till 6AM. Vehicles left in on-street parking spaces during these hours may be ticketed and/or towed at the owner’s expanse.

Wilmington Police Department would like businesses to remind their guests of the winter parking restrictions.

Reminder: There is no parking in the Wilmington Town municipal lots for longer than 24 hrs. Vehicles left in the municipal lots longer than 24 hrs maybe ticketed and/or towed at the owner’s expanse.

These parking restrictions are in place to help facilitate snow removal operations.

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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

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                               The Wilmington Planning Commission

Invites the public to attend an information session with Vermont Agency of Natural Resources on

Flood Hazard and River Corridor Regulations Oct 22, 4 pm at Town Office Meeting Room

and/or Field visit to the Garden Center, 4 Catamount Lane (across from Flea Market)

to commence at 5 pm.

For questions, call ZA Craig Ohlson (802)464-8591

Affected Properties

 

Check back for updated information.

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In January of 2017, The Town of Wilmington (through the Wilmington Wastewater District) retained Aldrich + Elliott, PC (A+E) to develop an Asset Management Plan in (3) locations. The goal of the project is to further investigate three (3) sections of the existing sewer collection system where several residential and commercial buildings are connected to shared private sewerlines. The locations of these pipeline segments are named West Main Street, East Main Street 1 and East Main Street 2. The objectives of this plan are to:

* Determine how many buildings are connected to each private sewer line

* Verify where the services connect

* Verify where the private sewers connect to the mainline sewer

* Document the pipe sizes and materials

* Assess the condition of the pipe

* Evaluate alternatives to eliminate these private lines and potential funding sources

Wastewater-Asset-Management-Final-Report

 

Sewer Ordinance October 2, 2013

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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.  Officers will receive paid vacation,VMERS plan D retirement, paid sick time, health insurance and holiday pay. Applicants not already Vermont full time certified must be able to perform essential job functions as well passing all the requirements for entry into the Vermont Police Academy.  A Hiring bonus of up to $5000 for applicants that are already full time certified in Vermont.  A $2500.00 hiring bonus for officer’s with Vermont part time level II certification that are ready to work and attend the next available Level III class at Vermont Police Academy.  Applications are available on the Town of Wilmington website. Please send completed applications to Chief of Police, 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