Thursday, May 2nd
Carter Hill Orchard
73 Carter Hill Road, Concord
FREE program with light refreshments!
MCCD welcomes Emma Erler, Education Center Program Coordinator with UNH Cooperative Extension, to lead our presentation and discussion on how to plant and care for your perennial garden and small and large fruit trees and bushes.
Learn how to correctly plant a bare root plant!
Bring all of your gardening questions!!
Please let us know you are coming by Monday, April 29th by emailing email@example.com or by calling the office at 603.223.6020
Considering a career change? Reach for tomorrow; become a teacher!
CONCORD — On Wednesday, May 1, NHTI will hold an Information Night for people interested its Teacher Education Conversion Programs (TECP). The TECP programs provide a path for persons with a bachelor’s or master’s degree to become quickly certified to teach:
Good Day All;
The other note is about a CATCH (Community Area Trust for Community Housing) project on Village Street next to the cemetery. While I am unable to vote on any issues regarding this project that comes before the city council because my wife is on the Penacook Community Center’s Board, I can pass on information to you that is in the public domain.
Here is a link to the Concord Monitor’s April 2nd article on this project: https://www.concordmonitor.com/Penacook-Community-Center-sells-space-to-CATCH-Housing-24566229
In addition to the two reports that I have included, CATCH has also asked the Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) to grant them a variance. They are a couple of feet short of the requirement for the amount of frontage on Village Street that is required under our zoning ordinances for the proposed project.
This is the link to the April 3rd ZBA meeting. You can click on Item 12-19 for additional information: http://www.concordnh.gov/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/4524
Report-165 is Item #16 from the city council’s April 8th, agenda and will amend the zoning from an RM to CG District. Report-167 is Item # 23 and authorizes the City Manager to enter into an Option to Purchase with CATCH - Allan
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April 12, 2019
Without question, the telephone has taken center stage in most people’s lives – studies show that the average person spends 4 hours per day on their phones – but long before the telephone played such a big role in our personal lives, it became a budding star in other ways.
Each spring, Concord General Services' Highway and Utilities Division flushes City-owned hydrants as part of required routine maintenance to remove any sediment from water distribution pipes. This process maintains water quality, water clarity, and also checks for water pressure. Water customers may experience low water pressure and discolored water in their area during hydrant flushing. Residents should avoid doing laundry during their scheduled flushing time. If discoloration occurs, please run your tap water on cold until the water runs clear.