Maple Festival Offers Sweet Fun

March 8, 2018

  Maple lore & demonstrations, sweet treats from local kitchens, a raffle and a silent auction featuring local artists and craftspersons, merchants and professionals highlight the 30th Annual Maple Festival of the Middletown Springs Historical Society on Sunday, March 18 from 1-4 pm. The event will feature a demonstration of early maple sugarmaking in a cast […]

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Unofficial Town Meeting Vote Counts

March 8, 2018

Here are the unofficial Town Meeting vote counts from Tuesday’s election, on a total vote count of 320, a little low compared to last year’s Town Meeting of 349. The short report is all Ballot Articles passed. Laura Castle was re-elected as Town Clerk. All unopposed candidates all won. There were a number of write-ins […]

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Pie For Breakfast – March 10

February 6, 2018

Spring must be coming, the trustees at the Middletown Springs Public Library are once again serving up PIE for BREAKFAST!  On Saturday, March 10, 2018, from 8am-11am, they will be serving up PIE with tea, coffee, or juice. The slices are cut thin so it is easy to try many different varieties. Pies are both […]

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GOT NEWS? for January Town Newsletter

December 22, 2017

January Issue of the middleTOWN NEWSletter will be published on January 5.  All news must be submitted no later than January 1. Send news to middletownspringslibrary@gmail.com The middleTOWN NEWSletter is published digitally – on or near the first of the month.  It is posted to the town website, announced on FPF, and send to your […]

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Holiday Craft Fair – Dec 3

November 27, 2017

Come to the 23rd Annual Holiday Craft Fair. Sunday December 3, 10 am – 3 pm at the Middletown Springs School. This one-stop shop will cover many people on your list: choose among syrup and honey, paintings, wreaths, soaps, woodenware, pottery, crafts and so much more. Over 25 exhibitors …  Food sale/refreshments to benefit the Memorial […]

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Unofficial Results of Tuesday’s Special Election

June 7, 2017

There were 260 total votes cast in Tuesday’s special election. Article 1, the proposed repeal of the junk ordinance, failed by a vote of 115-144, with 1 blank. Article 2, the continued property tax exemption for the firehouse, passed by a vote of 206-53, with 1 blank. Article 3, the funding of the Memorial Day […]

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Unofficial Results from Town Meeting – 2017

March 8, 2017

What follows are UNOFFICIAL election results from Middletown Springs. These are from the tabulator tape, and the counting crew was still at work hand-examining ballots when these numbers were released.  Official results will come from the Town Clerk once certified. If there’s anything where the margin of lead was smaller than the blank or spoiled […]

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Act 46 Community Forum

November 9, 2016

A community forum will be held at 7:30 pm on Monday November 14 at the Middletown Springs Elementary School. School board members and administrators will provide an update on our school district’s efforts to improve educational opportunities, lower costs, and meet the requirements of Act 46 by merging with another school district.

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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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