On August 15, 2018

Killington News Briefs

West Park Road to be paved

KILLINGTON— West Park Road will be paved for 1,200 feet, past Cliff Road, then millings will be applied for the rest of the road. That job, plus half a mile on Killington Road, will cost $176,000. The millings will come from the Killington Road paving project, with any left over to be used to connect the paved portions of Thundering Brook Road. Two big patches on Roaring Brook Road will cost about $20,000, which will push the budget limit of $200,000, said Chet Hagenbarth, town manager.

Killington names new assistant town clerk

KILLINGTON—Pauline Drayton is the new face in the town office.

A Killington resident, she started work Aug. 6 in the new combined position of assistant to both the town clerk and the treasurer.

Town moves forward with five tax sales about to foreclose

KILLINGTON—Town Manager Chet Hagenbarth is proceeding with five tax sales, one of which is in arrears by $180,000 to $190,000 and about to go to foreclosure. The town attorney has suggested the town put in a bid itself. Alpine Pipeline will repossess their shares. Any property with a value under $4,000 will have a lien placed on it instead of going to tax sale.

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