Register to Vote by Nov. 2

October 24, 2016

As we prepare for what will be a momentous election, we want to encourage anyone who has not yet done so to register to vote, no later than Wednesday November 2. Full instructions for voter registration can be found at the Vermont Secretary of State’s Office, at https://www.sec.state.vt.us/elections/voters/registration.aspx . The easiest and fastest way to […]

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Homestead/Residential Information

August 29, 2016

Note from  Jennifer Talke Munyak •  Town/School Treasurer By now, if you have applied and are eligible, you should have received your homestead rebate. This rebate has been automatically applied to your property tax bill. If you expected to receive a rebate, and did not, or if the amount does not seem correct to you, […]

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Property Taxes Due – Sept 15

August 29, 2016

Property Taxes for the 1st Qtr of FY16/17 are due on or before 9/15/16, otherwise an interest charge will be incurred. The treasurer will be at the town office on 9/15 from 9am – noon and 1pm – 4pm to receive payment. Alternately, mail checks to PO Box 1022 with a postmark of 9/15 or […]

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Free Indeed and Curry Dinner

August 3, 2016

On Saturday, August 20, the Community Church is combining its annual summer Free Indeed with another Curry Chicken Dinner on the Green. Everyone’s invited. Free Indeed – a free tag ‘sale’- will run from 2 – 5 pm, and the free Curry Dinner will start at 5 pm. Look for more info soon. Free Indeed contact is Sally […]

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First Day of School Celebration – Aug 31

August 2, 2016

The school is being cleaned and prepped for the start of another school year. Once again, FFE is sponsoring a Community Breakfast that is open to all community members. I hope that you can join us at MSES on Wednesday, August 31 at 7:55am for the kickoff event. School News MSES had a great 2015-2016 school […]

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VOTE – Aug. 9 Primary Election

August 2, 2016

Vermont Primary Election Tuesday, August 9 Polls open in Middletown Springs 7 am-7 pm at the Firehouse Primaries are being held for statewide offices as well as Representative to the House from this district and Senators for Rutland County. Sample ballots are posted at Town Office, Post Office, the Store and here on the town […]

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Upcoming Events at the Historical Society

August 1, 2016

At the Historical Society Annual Meeting on Sunday, September 18 at 2 pm, Rutland historian and President of the Pittsford Historical Society, Bill Powers, will give a PowerPoint presentation about Irish immigrants to Middletown Springs, focusing on his Powers family ancestors.  Refreshments will be served and there will be a brief business meeting. The Historical […]

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NEW Town Newsletter

July 1, 2016

The middleTOWN NEWSletter has launched on July 1, 2016! The newest version of a town newsletter is now available. Click here for Current Issue. The middleTOWN NEWSletter is a monthly publication produced by the library staff. It has important announcements, concise news, and a calendar of events. It is intended to supplement and enhance the […]

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There is a New Sheriff in town

July 1, 2016

IMPORTANT NOTICE from the Selectboard Efffective as of Friday, July 1, 2016, the Rutland County Sheriff’s Department will be providing Law Enforcement services on a contractual basis to the Town of Middletown Springs. While the Sheriff’s primary emphasis will be focused on routine patrols and providing a visible presence throughout Town, speed limit enforcement AND […]

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Swim Lessons begin July 18

June 29, 2016

Learn to swim with veteran instructor Gail McGann. American Red Cross Swimming Lessons at Crystal Beach in Castleton, VT from July 18th to July 29, 2016. Permission Forms must be signed and returned to Cheryl Mahoney prior to start of first lesson. LESSONS ARE FREE FOR MIDDLETOWN SPRINGS CHILDREN.  Out of town children are welcome […]

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