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This position, part of the Town of Hinesburg’s Department of Buildings and Facilities, Division of Water/Wastewater Management, is responsible for assisting in the operations and maintenance of the town water and wastewater systems.Read more >>
The Town of Brandon, Vermont (pop. 3,943), seeks an engaging, collaborative, and dynamic Town Manager. A quintessential small town with a vibrant village center, strong sense of place and significant community and historic assets, Brandon is conveniently located between Middlebury and Rutland.Read more >>
The City of St. Albans, Vt., is accepting applications for a Planning and Zoning Administrator. This position is responsible for administering and enforcing the City’s Land Development Regulations and assisting with its planning and development program. A full job description is at www.StAlbansVT.com/Jobs. Expected hiring range, $40,000 to $50,000.Read more >>
The mid-coast town of Damariscotta, Maine (pop. 2,218, www.townofdamariscotta.com/), is seeking an experienced law enforcement professional with a collaborative management style, strong technical and leadership abilities, high integrity, and excellent communications skills. The new chief will work approximately one half of his or her scheduled time as a patrol officer on a day shift.Read more >>
The Town of Underhill has the following unused plastic culverts (black) for sale:Read more >>
The Central Vermont Solid Waste Management District (CVSWMD) seeks proposals to conduct a comprehensive analysis of the financial impacts of the provisions of Vermont Act 148 on the CVSWMD. As a component of this RFP, the proposer shall use analysis to develop a model by which the CVSWMD can determine the change in the composition of waste materials and the effected income streams. The resulting model shall be readily modifiable when assumptions change and shall exhibit both financial changes and anticipated changes in waste composition as Act 148 is implemented.Read more >>
The Town of Putney is requesting proposals from certified public accountants to audit its financial statements for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013, with the option of auditing its financial statements for each of the two subsequent fiscal years. The complete RFP in on the Town’s website, www.putneyvt.org. Proposals are due by Monday, May 27, 2013.Read more >>
The Town of Hinesburg, Vermont is requesting Statements of Qualifications from engineering firms (consultants) for engineering services for the Hinesburg Village North Sidewalk in the Town of Hinesburg. The Town seeks a consultant with expertise in designing, engineering, and permitting such a project. This project is being funded through the 2012 VTrans Bicycle and Pedestrian Program and matching town contribution.Read more >>