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Friday, May 30, 2014

Neighborhood Work Party and Public Meeting: Clean-Up & Green-Up Day Saturday May 31st 9am-1pm+

From the Town website:

Over the Winter and Spring the Town has been working on further refining improvements suggested for the States Landing Park & Boat Facility. This has included soil samples taken of the proposed dredging area, the tree removal, trimming and planting work now underway, further design on the Castle Shores Road intersection and refining the park design and cost estimates.

There will be a Neighborhood Work Party & Public Meeting from 9 A.M. to Noonish on Saturday May 31 at which time we will have a lunch of hamburgers and hot dogs, chips, and drinks prepared by Town officials. At that time we will bring you up to date with the Town Engineer and Town Staff on the short term and long term improvements for the entire beach and park area and where we go from here. Please bring, if you have them, your work gloves, garden and lawn rakes, pointed and flat shovels and loppers, and - if possible - a folding chair for the Chat & Chew lunch/design portion of the day.

Rain Date

Sunda y, June 1, 2014


Other clean-up activities also kick off at 9 a.m. from the Playground Facility on Playground Drive. From these two staging areas roadways and Long Island beach are also addressed as location jobs and clean ups are assigned. For those who want to conduct a neighborhood pick-up with their neighbors or adopt a roadway for the course of the year, the blue litter bags will be available on the 31stat the two staging areas and after that through arrangement with the DPW Offices during normal business hours by calling 1.603.253.7445. These bags will then be accepted at the DPW Garage and Transfer Station for disposal during normal business hours.
If you cannot attend and have questions you would like answered or comments you would like to submit, please send them to Mr. Carter Terenzini, Town Administrator, by mail to PO Box 139 Moultonborough, NH 03254, by fax to 1.603.476.5835, or email to cterenzini@moultonboroughnh.gov such that they are received by 4 p.m. on the day before the meeting.

2 comments:

Answers Please said...

About one month ago MrTerenzini promised to post the results of the lake bottom coring samples. I still can not find the report in the town website. Does anyone know where it is?
Issue # 2. Conservation committee noted an odor of sewage up Shannon Brook. Can we have a public statement on this, before we are asked for $$$ for the dredging / ( raking leaves..from the bottom )

Anonymous said...

Conservation Commission meeting is this coming Monday, June 2 @7pm at the town hall.