October 23, 2014

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Williston Fire Department neighborhood visits
As in previous years, the Williston Fire Department will conduct neighborhood visits throughout the summer, scheduled for every Wednesday beginning at 6 p.m. A different neighborhood will be visited each week. At each neighborhood visit, residents can go through vehicles and meet the members of the Williston Fire Department. If you would like to schedule a visit for your neighborhood event, contact the Williston Fire Department at 878-5622.

Discounted theme park tickets available
The Vermont Recreation and Parks Association is offering discounted amusement park tickets to the Bromley Mountain Adventure Park in Manchester, Great Escape/Splashwater Kingdom in Lake George, N.Y. and Six Flags New England in Agawam, Mass.
The discounted prices are $28 ($45 at the gate) for Bromley, $35 ($54.99 at the gate) for the Great Escape, and $38 ($59.99 at the gate) for Six Flags New England. Tickets are good any day for the duration of the 2014 season.
Stop by the Parks and Recreation Department in participating locations, including Williston. Tickets can be purchased during normal business hours. Not every community sells tickets to all 3 parks. Go to www.vrpa.org to find the list of ticket outlets under the “programs” tab and call ahead.
You can also buy Great Escape and Six Flags New England tickets online. For online tickets to the Great Escape, go to www.sixflags.com/greatescape and use “VTREC” for the promo code. For online tickets to Six Flags New England, go to www.sixflags.com/partnerlogin and use “VTParkandRec” for the username and “sixflags2” for the password.

BBB warns of IRS scam
Callers to Better Business Bureau say they have received voicemail messages stating they need to contact the IRS immediately or they would face legal consequences. Other messages threatened arrest by U.S. Marshals for failure to pay the correct amount of taxes.
According to the IRS, the agency never contacts taxpayers by phone requesting money. They also never contact taxpayers by email. If there is an issue with the IRS that requires your response, the contact would be made by U.S. mail. Consumers should never give out personal information over the phone or through email.

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