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Job Opening
Accounting Assistant
20 hours per week

The Town/Village of Woodstock has a part-time opening for an Accounting Assistant.
Must have knowledge of payroll and payables processing.
Support: Assist with the annual budget and audit process, perform administrative and financial requests.
Chart of Accounts; Prepare and enter journal entries, such as weekly payroll, monthly allocations and
adjusting entries.
General Ledger (GL); Reconcile all balance sheet accounts; ensure the correct GL accounts are debited
and credited accordingly.
GL maintenance; create new GL accounts in Accounting software as directed by Accountant and
maintain current.

Contact: zparent@townofwoodstock.org or 457-3456 for an application

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Woodstock Fire/EMS is hiring a Full time Firefighter/EMT.

Competitive pay and benefits.   Starting pay  $16-22  DOE and Certifications.  Resume are welcomed along with the application.

To View the Application and the Job Description Please visit:    https://www.woodstockfire-ems.org/employment

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Town of Woodstock

Notice of Vacancy

Economic Development Commission

 

Two vacancies exist on the Economic Development Commission for the Town of Woodstock. If you are interested in being considered for this vacancy, please send an email to Nikki Nourse at nnourse@townofwoodstock.org for an application. All applications will be due by January 13th, 2020 to be considered. An interview by the Select Board is required. The interview will take place on January 19th at 6:00 pm on Zoom. All applicants must have attended an EDC meeting prior to applying. Please call the Municipal Manager’s Office at (802) 457-3456 with any questions.

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As Woodstockers, we are proud to do our part to keep the Covid-19 rates in Vermont as the lowest in the country. Since the beginning of the pandemic, residents, businesses, schools, first responders and essential workers have done their part to keep Woodstock safe. In the Village, small businesses have added hand sanitizer, masks, personal shopping and online sales. Schools have completely reconfigured their buildings, reduced class sizes and rewritten lesson plans so students can continue to learn. Our essential workers on the front lines of grocery stores, gas stations, health centers, daycare centers and nursing homes keep our town in business.
 

Over the summer, the Village and Town enacted mask wearing rules and have since followed the policies and procedures mandated by the State of Vermont. As the pandemic continues, we, as a community, will make the changes necessary to keep our neighbors safe. 

 

When visiting Town Hall, please remember to wear a mask, sanitize your hands and complete the self-administered health screening in the lobby area. For questions about Town or Village policies, please call 802-457-3456.
 
Additionally, we are following the most recent guidance from the State regarding quarantine after traveling, socializing outside of households and staying home when Covid-19 like symptoms arise. 

 

Thanks to everyone in the Woodstock community for the sacrifices and changes you have made and continue to make to ensure the safety of our neighbors.

 

The State guidance is revised based on current data and events.  For the most up-to-date information, please go to, https://www.healthvermont.gov/covid-19

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WOODSTOCK MUNICIPAL OFFICES

TEMPORARY RESTRICTIONS

 

Based on Governor Scott’s Be Smart, Stay Safe Emergency Order, the following plan for Town Hall operations is in effect until further notice.

 

  1. Town Hall will be physically staffed for all administrative functions and public access.  Access to some offices will be by appointment only. Please call or email to request an appointment.

 

Town Manager’s Office:  802-457-3456 x2101          nnourse@townofwoodstock.org

Planning & Zoning:         802-457-7515                  nleitner@townofwoodstock.org

Taxes & Sewer:               802-457-3456 x2104        bfish@townofwoodstock.org

Listers/Accessors             802-457-3607    woodstocklisters@townofwoodstock.org

 

  1. Some staff may have been authorized to telecommute.

 

  1. All persons entering Town Hall must be Vermont residents only.

 

  1. All persons entering Town Hall must wear a mask or face covering and shall complete a self-administered health screening in the lobby area.

 

  1. The Town Clerk’s Office will remain open for title work, research, and access to land records. Please call 802-457-3611.

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Notice for Woodstock Village
Winter Parking Ban-November 15th – April 15th
Woodstock Village Ordinance

In accordance with Village Ordinance, Title 8; Chapter 3-§8322, General Prohibitions During Specific Times:

(c) Upon any roadway between the hours of 12:01 A.M. and 6:00 A.M. from November 15 to April 15, inclusive, of each year, except that parking shall be allowed where, when, and to the extent otherwise permitted as follows:

(1) In the section of the Mechanic Street parking lot identified by clearly marked signs specifically allowing overnight parking, as approved by the Board of Village Trustees; between the hours of 6:00 pm and 8:00 am.

(2) Parking spaces on Mechanic Street that are parallel to the Kedron Brook; and

(3) On the northerly side of the street known as The Green westbound lane; from its intersection with the westerly side of Mountain Avenue westerly to a point opposite the westerly end of the Village Green on dates having an even number and on the southerly side of the street known as The Green westbound lane; from a point opposite its intersection with the westerly side of Mountain Avenue westerly to the westerly end of the Village Green on dates having an odd number;

(4) Upon any roadway in excess of 48 consecutive hours in one location; and

(5) In any public parking lot between the hours of 12:01 A.M. and 6:00 A.M. except as provided by special regulation.

(6) In any parking space in a long term parking lot, dedicated to employee parking, without displaying a valid parking permit.

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VILLAGE OF WOODSTOCK
PUBLIC NOTICE

Sidewalk Maintenance by Property Owners

The Ordinances of the Village of Woodstock require property owners to keep the public sidewalks located adjacent to their property clear of snow and ice to a width of three feet.

Property owners who fail to do this will be fined a sum of $25.00 and in addition will pay for the actual cost of the Village for clearing the walk of snow or ice and any additional maintenance required.

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PUBLIC NOTICE
IMPORTANT
TOWN / VILLAGE OF WOODSTOCK
INFORMATION FROM
VERMONT STATUTES REGARDING
SNOW REMOVAL

It is unlawful to plow, snow blow, or shovel snow onto a Town or Village highway or street or right of way, in a way that leaves snow in the roadway. Violation of this law may result in a $1,000.00 fine plus the actual costs of repairing any damage resulting from such obstruction of the highway. (Title19V.S.A.1105)

It is unlawful to cause water or ice to run onto a town highway or street in such a way that it causes damage to the highway or street, obstructs traffic, or creates unsafe conditions. (Title19V.S.A.1111)

Both the Town and Village of Woodstock are not responsible for vegetation, structures, fences, nor mailboxes within the town highway rights of way damaged during snow plowing. (Title19V.S.A.904,1111)

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PUBLIC NOTICE

WOODSTOCK HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT

TOWN AND VILLAGE OF WOODSTOCK

 

The Woodstock Town and Village Highway Department requests all edge of road markings such as: rocks, grade stakes, bricks, etc. be removed from the Town and Village highway right of way before November 15, 2020 so as not to impede snow removal. This is due to a concern for safety and to prevent any of these items from being hit or propelled into the air by the snowplow which could injure an individual, or damage property or highway equipment.

Any items remaining in the highway right of way after that date will be removed by the Highway Department.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Ken Vandenburgh

Highway Superintendent

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Maple Street and High Street will not be doing their traditional trick or treating. Generally we close these streets to vehicle traffic and have had a great number of trick or treaters in these streets in the past years. This year we will not be doing that due to COVID-19. We realize some people will still trick or treat within the town and village. Please stay safe, wear masks, and social distance.
Happy Halloween everyone!!!