ALERTS: The Board of Selectmen for the Town of Seabrook will hold a meeting at the Community Center in Seabrook, NH at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, September 17, 2018. The meeting will be public. The subject matter of the meeting is the regularly scheduled meeting.
The Seabrook Board of Selectmen awarded Florence Nemphos the Boston Post Cane at a recent meeting. At 100 she is still a crack Bingo player, and Florence was delighted to receive the Cane and recognition from the Board of Selectmen. Our thanks to former Selectman Edward Hess, who read a recognition from Senator Hassan at the event. Congratulations Florence!
The Seabrook Fire Department held the annual Touch a Truck event at the Fire Station last week, and it was a great success. It was a fun family event that had lots of kids attending and looking over, and touching, some of the new equipment. It featured the new Ladder/Platform Truck, which is an amazing piece of equipment. Our thanks to Papa Gino’s for the generous donation of pizza for this event. Our thanks to the Board of Selectmen, who were all on hand to help with the event. Thanks to Chief Edwards, and Deputy Perkins, for all of their work!
On May 22, 2017 the Seabrook Police Department, at the regular Board of Selectmen meeting, swore in Sergeants Patrick Smart and Justin Murphy, and Lieutenants Kevin Gelineau and Jason Allen. Congratulations to the new officers, who will assist Chief Gallagher in implementing his vision for serving the residents of Seabrook, and keeping them safe. Thank you to the Board of Selectmen for their strong commitment to public safety.
The ribbon cutting happened this weekend at the Ocean State Job Lots at the old Wal-Mart site in Seabrook. A big thank you to the company for the investment in Seabrook, and a very big thank you to the Seabrook Planning Board, who worked so hard on the important details that make projects like this a reality. The Seabrook Board of Selectmen were on hand to welcome the company, and it was a pleasure to be joined by Senator Dan Innis, and Representative Chase and Representative Janvrin as well. The grand opening was very busy, and it will be a great addition to our strong retail corridor.
The Seabrook Board of Selectmen, at the March 6, 2017 meeting, formally voted to sign on to a letter to Senator Jeanne Shaheen asking for support for federal funding for the dredging of Seabrook Harbor. The text of that letter is below. Thanks to Tracy Shattuck, Chief Harbor Master of the New Hampshire Port Authority, Michael Pike, Seabrook Harbor Master, and the Yankee Fisherman’s Cooperative for their efforts in putting this effort together.
The Seabrook Wastewater Treatment facility has been recognized by the federal EPA with a Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Excellence Award. On behalf of our Board of Selectmen our congratulations to Superintendent Maltais and all of the men and women that worked so hard to achieve this recognition. Running a successful Wastewater facility requires tremendous diligence, hard work, and attention to detail. We are all very proud of our Wastewater facility for achieving recognition by the Environmental Protection Agency. The press release from the EPA is below.
BOSTON – The Seabrook, N.H. Wastewater Treatment Facility was recently selected by EPA for a 2016 Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Excellence Award. The Seabrook facility, led by Philippe Maltais, Superintendent and Dustin Price, Chief Operator, was recognized by EPA’s New England Office for exceptional work in operating and maintaining the wastewater treatment plant. The facility was one of six facilities in New England acknowledged for exemplary performance during 2016.
The EPA Regional Wastewater Awards Program recognizes personnel in the wastewater field who have provided invaluable public service managing and operating wastewater treatment facilities throughout New England. The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services was instrumental in the plant’s nomination.
“The professionals operating wastewater treatment plants play a very important role in keeping our communities and environment healthy by protecting water quality. We are proud to acknowledge this staff’s outstanding contributions to help protect public health and water quality and to give them the credit they deserve,” said Deborah Szaro, acting regional administrator of EPA’s New England Office.
The EPA Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Excellence Award was established to recognize and honor the employees of publicly owned wastewater treatment plants for its commitment to improving water quality with outstanding plant operations and maintenance. More often than not, and particularly with the smaller facilities, conscientious operators and staff continue to perform exceptionally with limited resources. EPA’s New England office formally acknowledged the Seabrook facility for its fine work during the annual New England Water Environment Association Conference last month.
More information: https://www.epa.gov/aboutepa/about-office-water#wastewater
The Seabrook Board of Selectmen welcomed the Merrimack Valley Federal Credit Union to Seabrook with a ribbon cutting that displayed the great new facility that was recently completed. Congratulations and thank you for the investment to CEO Peter Matthews and his team, and we look forward to a long and successful presence in Seabrook.
The Seabrook Board of Selectmen recognized resident George Penniman for his strong support of the Seabrook Recreation Department and its programs by awarding him the Volunteer of the Year citation. The Board thanked George for his coaching time, as well as his financial support for the Programs. Congratulations and a big thank you to George for all that he does for our kids.
The Seabrook Board of Selectmen, on Monday August 15, 2016, awarded Theresa Doane the Boston Post Cane, in recognition of her being the oldest resident of Seabrook New Hampshire. Theresa gave the Board and audience some terrific remarks, and her presence was a delight for the Board and attendees of the meeting. Congratulations Theresa.
The Seabrook Board of Selectmen honored Adeline Rita Caruso at the meeting of April 20, 2015. The Board recognized Adeline for a lifetime of achievement, and noted that she is the oldest Seabrook resident. Congrats to Adeline! We used the “Periscope” technology to send out a live feed of this presentation, which is posted below.