Selectmen’s Meeting Summary
March 4, 2020
Chairman Ken Ross-Raymond Present
Selectman John W. Herbert Present
Selectman Jim Hoyt Present
Town Administrator April Rollins Present
Municipal Assistant Jill Colardeau Present
Visitors: Jerry Williams, Marcia Murphy, Gayle Landry, Bill MacDuffie Jr. and Sharon MacDuffie.
Chair Ross-Raymond opened the meeting at 6:00 PM.
Review & Approval of Draft Minutes:
• February 19, 2020 - Selectman Herbert made a motion to approve the February 19, 2020 meeting summary. Seconded by Selectman Hoyt. All voted in favor.
o Review Accounts Payable & Payroll Registers -
• Selectman Herbert questioned a bill to Donahue, Tucker and Ciandella. TA Rollins noted it was for attorneys resolving the telecommunications lawsuit and we are charged with a percentage of those fees.
• Selectman Herbert asked about a bill from Clarke & Co. TA Rollins noted it was likely sand and salt and she could verify with him tomorrow.
• Chair Ross-Raymond made a motion to approve Accounts Payable from March 3rd, 2020 totaling $216,701.72. Selectman Hoyt seconded. All voted in favor.
The Boscawen Congregational Church's food pantry has had a very busy winter and now along with everyone else we can't wait for Spring! As of the end of February we have 94 clients. 31 of which are children under 18, and 29 elderly. They are our neighbors, friends, and family. The food pantry and clothes closet are open Monday 10am-12pm, Wednesday 3pm-6pm and Saturday 10am-12pm. Unfortunately we lost our biggest donor in December. We rely solely on monetary donations to buy the food that our clients need. It is very true that for every dollar we receive we are able to stretch it to buy enough for 2 meals. If you would like to help us with a monetary donation please make your check Payable to Boscawen Congregational Church, Food Pantry, 12 High St., Boscawen, NH 03303
CONCORD— On March 5, 2005 the buzzer signaled the end of a nail biter basketball game between the NHTI Lynx Men’s Basketball team and the Golden State Baptist team from Santa Clara, CA. NHTI won by two points in a 72-70 game making history as the first men’s basketball team in New Hampshire history to win a national championship. On March 11, 2020 they did it again!
Pancake Breakfast, Tours of Sap Houses & a Syrup Tasting Contest!
Warner’s maple producers join with the town’s organizations and businesses to create a town-wide maple celebration. The weekend begins on Friday evening with an art show reception at Main Street Bookends.
CONCORD — On Tuesday, March 10 at 6 pm, Kate Emma Schlosser, PE from the NH Department of Environmental Services will present “PFAS in Drinking Water” Celebration of National Engineers Week. Co-sponsored by the NHTI Architectural Engineering Club. This event was rescheduled from February 18 due to weather.
Launched in 2001-02, Wings of Knowledge is an annual series of cultural events presented by the college. All events are free and open to the public, and take place in the Library Living Room unless otherwise noted. The series supports and expands upon NHTI’s wide variety of academic offerings, and is another element in the college’s expanding community college mission. For further information call (603) 230-4028 or visit www.nhti.edu/wings.
NHTI is a dynamic public institution of higher learning providing accessible, rigorous education, serving students, businesses and the community by creating pathways for lifelong learning, career advancement and civic engagement NHTI-Concord’s Community College offers more than 90 academic programs to more than 4,600 students annually. Graduates can transfer to 4-year colleges and universities, or enter directly into the workforce. NHTI is a member of the Community College System of New Hampshire, and has been accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education, a nongovernmental, nationally recognized accrediting agency, since 1969. www.nhti.edu
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