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FREE ADS are offered as a service to our neighbors living in South Burlington! We accept classified ads, from South Burlington residents for General Household Items, Free Items, Garage Sales, Lost and Found Items, and Vehicles for sale. Ads will run for 2 weeks, free of charge, on a space available basis. Use the form below, email to classifieds@otherpapersbvt.com, or mail to 1340 Williston Road, South Burlington, VT 05403.

PAID ADS for Business, Service, Real Estate for Sale, or Rental Advertising  cost $20 per week. Paid ads will not run until payment is received. Call us at 802-864-6670 to arrange payment.

For Legal notices and employment advertising please click on our advertising link.

Deadline for publication is Thursday for the following week.

The fine print:

FAIR HOUSING LAWS

"The Federal Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination in the sale, rental, leasing and financing of housing, as well as discriminatory advertising, on the basis of RACE, SEX, COLOR, RELIGION, NATIONAL ORIGIN, MENTAL or PHYSICAL HANDICAP, or FAMILIAL STATUS. In addition to these categories, the State of Vermont also prohibits discrimination based on MARITAL STATUS.

“These laws cover any potential or actual sale, lease, rental, eviction, price, terms, privileges or any service in relation to the sale of or use of housing. They not only prohibit advertisements which clearly restrict access to housing based on the protected categories, but also prohibit advertisements which indicate a preference for or against a person based on a protected category. In particular circumstances, use of colloquialisms, symbols or directions to real estate for sale or rent may indicate a discriminatory preference.

“It is the intent and goal of this newspaper to have each advertiser who wishes to place a covered advertisement in the newspaper comply with the Fair Housing laws. Any advertisement which is perceived to contain language contrary to these laws will be rejected or changed to remove the offending reference. There may be situations where it is not clear whether particular language is objectionable. Such advertisements should be referred to the publisher for consideration and determination. Under certain circumstances, advertisers may claim that because of the nature of the housing being advertised, they are not subject to the Fair Housing laws. Such claims are irrelevant for purposes of considering advertisements for publication in this newspaper. Every housing advertisement published in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing laws.”


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