A few follow up notes from our Ward 2 meeting and a concern from residents of Borough Road.
A number of those attending our Ward 2 meeting asked when Bog Road would be repaired and repaved. In the original schedule that we received from General Services about a year and a half ago Bog Road was scheduled to be repaved in 2024. However.. I have heard back from Jim Majors from the Highway Division at General Services and they will be taking a look at Bog Road in September and reevaluating the time line. As soon as I hear from Jim I will up date you on the time line for paving on Bog Road.
Speeding and tractor trailer travel on Borough and River Roads. Unfortunately speeding on Borough Road has continued throughout the summer and seems to have gotten worse in the past few weeks. I have contacted the police department and they will be placing a trailer with radar that shows the speed people are traveling at. Also it is hoped that they will increase their patrols in this area from 7-10pm the time when most of the speeding in this area has been observed.
Through truck traffic is prohibited on Borough and River Roads yet there are still reports of this occurring. One instance appears to be a local trucker who uses Borough to get to Washington Street to park at his house on Washington Street. The police have been notified and requested the they speak to this individual. The other issue that I have spoken to our city manager about in the past may require changes to our city ordinances. Trucks that deliver at Thirty Pines and than use Borough and River Roads to make deliveries to Riverhill Market. While technically this is not considered through traffic, it seems to me that it is safer (and somewhat shorter in distance) for these trucks that deliver at Thirty Pines to use Fisherville and Bog Roads to make their deliveries to the Riverhill Market. I will be discussing this with the city manager the next time I meet with him to determine what needs to be done to remove the truck traffic from Borough and Riverhill Roads and redirect it to Fisherville and Bog Roads.
Before I get to the last issue on my list, I want to remind you that there are numerous City Boards and Commissions that have vacancies on them. If you are interested in serving on any of these you can go to the city webiste click on Your Government and go to Boards and Commissions. Here is the link: http://www.concordnh.gov/index.aspx?nid=251
And finally for anyone who is interested in submitting testimony or testifying at the upcoming September 6th Zoning Board of Adjustment meeting regarding the Tannery apartment project, there are a number of ways you can do this. You can attend the meeting and testify in person, or you can send testimony to Craig Walker either by email; email@example.com or mail it to him at 37 Green Street , Concord, NH 03301.
For anyone who missed our Ward 2 meeting last Thursday, if you are concerned about the Tannery project and would like more information, I can now email you the informational packet I handed out at our meeting.
While I know it can be difficult and sometimes frustrating to testify before the city council and city boards, it is important and your voice does matter. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the Tannery apartment project or any other city issue please take the time to contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com or 224-6086.
Customers will receive a coupon for a FREE small ice cream cone at the Smoke Shack in Boscawen
FRANKLIN, NH (AUGUST 9, 2017) – Franklin Savings Bank’s Boscawen office, located at 139 King Street, will host its annual Customer Appreciation Day on Friday, August 25th from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. Customers will be treated to a BBQ to include hamburgers and hotdogs, a treasure/scavenger hunt as well as other fun activities. Visitors will also receive a coupon for a FREE small ice cream cone at the Smoke Shack – a $3.50 value.
“We look forward to hosting our annual customer appreciation days each summer,” said Ron Magoon, President & CEO. “It is a great opportunity for us to thank our customers for their business and loyalty. I also look forward to having conversations with our customers to learn more about their experience with us and how we can strengthen our relationship with them.”
Established in 1869, Franklin Savings Bank is an independent, mutually-owned community bank, offering a full array of commercial lending, personal banking and investment services throughout the Central Lakes Region and southern New Hampshire. Headquartered in Franklin, the Bank has offices in Bristol, Boscawen, Tilton, Laconia and Gilford, as well as an office in Bedford for business lending. Franklin Savings Bank also offers investment, insurance and financial planning services through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Independence Financial Advisors, from offices in Franklin, Bedford, Nashua and Rochester, New Hampshire. As a recognized leader in providing the latest in financial services technology, Franklin Savings Bank remains committed to serving the needs of businesses, families and the communities it serves, through a dedicated team of employees, a diverse line of financial products and services, and continued investment in emerging technology.
You can learn more about Franklin Savings Bank by calling 1.800.372.4445, or visiting www.fsbnh.bank, or following the bank on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube.
Deb and Dave Newell are once again generously hosting our meeting at their restaurant - The Newell Post - on:
Thursday, August 24th from 6:00 - 7:30pm.
Up for discussion will be your questions and comments on the recently passed budget, economic development, capital projects and anything else that you would like to talk about.
Of particular interest for those who pay the school portion of their property taxes to the MVSD, is the Caleb Group’s (the developer for the Tannery site) scheduled appearance before the Zoning Board of Adjustment on September 6th, for a variance to allow for residential units on the first floor of a multi unit residential development in an OCP zoning district where it is not permitted.
The Caleb Group is also scheduled to appear before the Planning Board at their September 20th meeting to have their application determined to be complete and have it set it for a public hearing for the October 18th Planning Board meeting.
As always I encourage you to contact me with any questions or concerns you have. I can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com or 224-6086
Looking forward to seeing everyone on the 24th - Allan
Dear Penacook Students and Families,
Welcome Back! I hope that you had an amazing summer and carved out time to relax and recharge. The PES staff excitedly awaits the opportunity to reconnect with familiar faces, and to make acquaintances with our new students on Tuesday, August 29, the first day of school for students. The paragraphs below will provide you with important information that you will need in the fall. On behalf of all of us at PES, it is with great enthusiasm that I welcome you back to school to begin the 2017-2018 school year.
Penacook Elementary School values the importance of parent involvement and, and strives to maintain consistent lines of communication. We will continue the use of a parent and community email list for pertinent and timely communications. Our email blasts will include newsletters, school announcements, PTG event information and community news. If you would like to be added to this list in order to receive these electronic communications, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. We also encourage you to follow us on Twitter @PenacookElem.
First Day of School Arrival
The first day of school for students is on Tuesday, August 29th. The official start of school is at 8:30am. Please deliver your child no earlier than 8:10am, and make sure that your child arrives by 8:25am every day to start the academic day on time.
The arrival procedure for the first day of school will be as follows:
During the first day of school, teachers will practice the normal arrival procedure with students to prepare them for our regular routine, which will start on the 2nd day of school. Students who will eat breakfast at school, will report directly to the cafeteria beginning the second day of school. The normal arrival procedures are as follows:
Open House Dates
Kindergarten and Grade 1 Open House: Monday, August 28th from 4:00-5:00pm. Kindergarten students and families are invited to the cafeteria at 4:30pm to enjoy hotdogs, chips, drinks and popsicles as a way to welcome you to Penacook Elementary School.
Grades 2-5 Open House: Wednesday, September 6th from 5:00-6:00pm
Classroom teachers will send home information as to the format and structure for the event.
Welcome New Staff
Penacook Elementary school welcomes 3 new teachers this year. Ms. Orsmond and Ms. John will join our 5th grade team. Ms.Davis will join our third grade team. We are excited for them to be a part of our teaching community and wish them well.
Below you will find a list of classroom teaching assignments. You can also find a full staff directory on our website.
Grade 5: Ms. Emery, Ms. John, Ms. Orsmond
Grade 4: Ms. Demeroto, Ms. Shaw, Ms. Williams
Grade 3: Ms. Davis, Ms. Ford, Ms. Semales
Grade 2: Ms.Cochrane, Ms. Parrotto, Ms. Stevens
Grade 1: Ms. Egounis, Ms. Lemay, Ms. Messenger
Grade K: Ms. Cassidy, Ms. Labelle, Mr. Waters
Pre School: Mrs. Colbert
Enjoy the last weeks of vacation, and remember to visit our website at www.mvsdpride.org to access teacher webpages, bus routes, food service information, and much more. In the meantime, do not hesitate to contact us with any questions. We look forward to having a long and rewarding relationship with you and your family.
Please see the attachments below for information regarding the Girls on the Run Program and Field Hockey.
Girls on the Run - Click here
Field Hockey - Click Here
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