Wilton 17

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Nearby homes similar to this home have recently sold between $505K to $1,055K at an average of $425 per square foot.

SOLD JUL 15, 2021

$563,000 Last Sold Price

3 Beds

2 Baths

1,230 Sq. Ft.

9 Maywood Ave, Rye Brook, NY 10573

Listing by Realmart Realty LLC

9 Maywood Ave, Rye Brook, NY 10573

SOLD AUG 16, 2021

SOLD SEP 22, 2021

$605,000 Last Sold Price

3 Beds

1.5 Baths

1,456 Sq. Ft.

10 Tamarack Rd, Rye Brook, NY 10573

Listing by Berkshire Hathaway HS West. Pr

10 Tamarack Rd, Rye Brook, NY 10573

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Wilton Select Board agenda, Tuesday, Aug. 17

Wilton Select Board agenda

6 p.m. Tuesday, August 17, 2021.

***Effective June 1, 2021, Select Board meetings will be held in person at the Town Office Meeting Room. Meetings will be streamed live through Mt. Blue TV: www.mtbluetv.org and will be available on the Town of Wilton Facebook page as a recording. The meeting is open to the public. For information on participating in this meeting remotely, please call Wilton Town Office at 207-645-4961 or email [email protected]***

Pledge of Allegiance

I. Minutes of the Select Board meeting of Aug. 3, 2021

II. Public comment

III. Recreation Department items

A. Public comment parks and facility use policy amendments

B. Consideration of parks and facility use policy amendments

C. Request of funds from Recreation Trust Fund

IV. 6 Gilbert Street – septic tank

V. Fire department report – Chief Sonny Dunhma

VI. Blueberry Fest recap – Tom Saviello

VII. To authorize town attorney to take legal action regarding land use violations on property owned by Timothy Amerson located on Route 2 East in Wilton (Tax Map 34, Lot 130)

VIII. Consideration of pole permit for Temple Road – two new poles

IV. Manager’s report

A. County/municipal collaboration on ARPA funds

B. 124 Prospect Street – auction of town foreclosed property

X. Other business

XI. Executive Session pursuant to 1 MRSA § 405(6)(A) Personnel

XII. Other business

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Wilton ends Comet streak at 17

Kohlton Kober, Index sports writer

The West Liberty High School Volleyball team collected their first losses of the season last week, falling to neighboring rival Wilton at Thursday’s Homecoming “pink out night” for breast cancer and following on Saturday with a loss to host Western Dubuque while capturing five wins in the process.

The outings secured at least a second place finish in the River Valley Conference south division and a third place finish at the 10-team Western Dubuque tournament. Wilton is the number two ranked team in Class 2A with a 20-1 record while Western Dubuque is the top ranked team in Class 4A, boasting a 13-3 mark.

The week started with a clash against Durant in RVC competition. Having already met with the Wildcats multiple times this season, the Comets faired as well as usual, capturing the victory over a struggling Durant team, sweeping in the straight set victory 25-16, 25-9, 25-7.

Brooklyn Buysse recorded 29 assists in the matchup, 19 of which resulted in kills off the arm of Macy Daufeldt. Buysse also had seven kills while sister Sophie added five. Monica Morales captured 19 digs for the Comets and was 15-16 from the serving line including a pair of aces while Rylee Goodale rallied for three aces in a 15-16 serving performance.

Sophie Buysse also had an ace in her 15 of 17 successful serves while McKenzie Akers and Macy Daufeldt also recorded aces while Daufeldt also had a pair of blocks. Sophie Buysse also had 12 digs in the outing.

On Thursday, the Comets got a visit from the always-talented Wilton Beavers. The top five programs clashed with claim to the RVC South title on the line.

The Beavers ran away with the first set, 25-15, to give West Liberty their first set loss of the season after 17 games. The Comets didn’t fair much better in the second set, falling to the Beavers, 25-14.

West Liberty staved off the sweep in the third set, taking the lead early and running away 25-18 victors. Wilton regained control in the fourth set, claiming the match 25-12 over the Comets, who played four sets in one night for the first time this season.

Senior Macy Daufeldt notched 22 kills in the contest, resulting in the majority of Brooklyn Buysse’s 33 assists. Monica Morales recorded 25 digs and an ace. Maelyn Wainwright recorded the Comets lone block.

It was time to rebound Saturday as the Comets headed to Western Dubuque’s tournament. Coach Ruben Galvan’s Comets walked through Davenport North, Tipton and Decorah in pool play.

After beating Davenport North 21-11, 21-12 behind four serving aces from Sophie Buysse in a 10-12 performance from the line along with a pair of aces from McKenzie Akers. Daufeldt and Maelyn Wainwright both had blocks in the game while Sophie Buysse led the kill totals with seven and Brooklyn Buysses had 11 assists while Morales captured six digs.

The Comets most difficult match on the day came against the tournament hosts in the second outing of the morning. The top ranked Bobcats put the Comets to the test and emerged triumphant, 21-16, 21-16 in a two-set sweep.

Brooklyn Buysse recorded 16 assists in the matchup and Daufeldt led the team with five kills. Morales had nine digs to lead the Comets while Brooklyn Buysse and Wainwright both recorded a block.

The Comets then faced Tipton, claiming two straight set wins, 21-10 and 21-17 behind 12 kills by Daufeldt, 17 assists from Brooklyn Buysse, 14 digs from Morales and an 11-12 serving performance from McKenzie Akers that included two aces, padded by an ace by Morales in her 9-1 serving show.

West Liberty followed by taking down Decorah, 21-12, 21-17. Again, Daufelt led in kills with seven while Ava Morrison added five. Morales put together 16 digs while Brooklyn Buysse had 18 assists, Daufeldt had the top serving performance with a 9-10 showing.

West Liberty were matched up against Wapsi Valley in the third place game. The Comets were tested by the Warriors, but ultimately passed, capturing set victories of 21-17 and 22-20.

Daufeldt recorded 12 kills for the Comets in that contest while Brooklyn Buysse recorded 17 assists. Morales scored 19 digs and Mylie Henderson recorded a pair of blocks.

Galvan said he was pleased with the way his girls bounced back after the loss. “They played with a lot of confidence and determination,” he said.

The coach was especially pleased with his team’s performance against a “really good” Wapsi Valley team. “Macy really came through in the last game and brought some great kills,” Galvan said. “Our defense really stepped it up.”

Upcoming power tourney

“This tournament had some great competition with larger class teams with a lot of them being ranked. It was a really good competition,” coach Galvan noted.

“This is definitely a good tune up to what is ahead for us. There will be great competition this coming weekend at Cedar Rapids Jefferson. It’s a great time to play teams that will bring great intensity and great competition. This will help prepare us for Regional play.”

The Comets move to 23-2 on the season and will finish their 2020 regular season Thursday against hosting Anamosa beginning at approximately 7 p.m. before traveling Saturday to Cedar Rapids Jefferson to battle in a key 16-team tournament that includes some larger class schools and more stiff competition.

Teams in the tourney include Ankeny Centennial, Cedar Rapids Jefferson, Des Moines Roosevelt, Dike-New Hartford, Dowling Catholic, Dubuque Hempstead, Grundy Center, Linn-Mar,

Marion, Mount Vernon, Notre Dame, Tripoli, Washington and West Delaware.

West Delaware is the top ranked team in Class 3A in the state, boasting a 24-2 record to date while Mount Vernon is 15-5 and ranked seventh. Ankeny Centennial is the number seven ranked team in Class 5A, boasting a 15-5 record while Dowling Catholic is fourth ranked in 5A, touting a 15-7 record.

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Baby Bullet 17

 $49,900

LOCATION: White Schoolhouse Road, Wilton, Maine

Are you looking for just the right parcel to stretch out and enjoy the natural beauty of Maine? Well this may be the right parcel for you. The beautiful 2,140’ of stream frontage creates a wonderful place to sit and relax. The land has great access and power making it easy to visualize making this a year round residence or vacation getaway. About 12 acres of this land was selectively harvested by the prior owner and the portion near the road was not harvested. Located just 10 minutes away is Kineowatha Park, a 63 acre park, where you can enjoy a plethora of outdoor activities along with Wilson Lake Country Club for a day of golf. You may enjoy downhill or cross country skiing in the winter or mountain biking in the summer at Titcomb Mountain (15 minute drive). If you desire to visit a larger town, Farmington is just 20 minutes away. The area and land offers the family a chance to enjoy the Maine outdoors. Whether you are wanting a vacation getaway or a year round residence, this will be a beautiful spot to enjoy.

NOTE: This land needs a driveway installed (roughly 750’) along the upper property line, which would bring you to a level area to build near the brook.

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