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Trash Pickup Will Be on Regular Schedule Today Thursday January 4, 2018

The Seabrook DPW will be on regular trash pickup schedule for today, Thursday January 4, 2018.


Town Offices Closed Thursday January 4, 2018 Due to Winter Storm

Due to the severe winter storm Seabrook Town Hall will be closed today Thursday January 4, 2018.


Board of Selectmen Recognize Michelle Knowles

The Seabrook Board of Selectmen honored Deputy Tax Collector Michelle Knowles, who recently achieved her certification as a Deputy Tax Collector. The Board presented Michelle with a citation, and were told that current Tax Collector Lillian Knowles was also a recipient of that certification, taking part in the very first class to offer that cert. Congrats to Michelle!


Seabrook Welcomes Cardi’s Furniture

The Seabrook Board of Selectmen were on hand to cut the ribbon at the grand opening of the Cardi’s Furniture store on Route 1. Select Chair Theresa Kyle welcomed Cardi’s to Seabrook, thanking them for the investment and the jobs created. It is a truly amazing furniture showroom, and Cardi brothers were on hand to open this beautiful new facility as well. Welcome to Seabrook!


Seabrook Police Holiday Food Drive Huge Success

The Seabrook Police Department had their annual food drive before Christmas, and it was a huge success. They collected more food than last year, which will be used to help families in need. Thanks to all those who helped to fill up that trailer with food for families that need assistance this holiday season, and thanks to our Police Officers who worked so hard to put it together. Thank you to Market Basket for all of their help as well.


Santa Tours Seabrook

Thanks to Chief Edwards and the Seabrook Fire Department, who carted Santa on an extensive tour of Seabrook that delighted families throughout the Town. Thanks to Police Deputy Brett Walker, who provided the escort for Santa. And thank you to Santa for taking the time from his busy schedule. Great fun!


Rand Church Christmas Carole Event

The Rand Church will be Christmas caroling Saturday December 16 beginning at 4:00 p.m. at the Rand Church at 134 South Main Street, and proceeding to many spots in Seabrook. All are invited to attend.


Seabrook’s Annual Tree Lighting

A big thank you to the Seabrook Lions Club, who once again sponsored the annual Tree Lighting, a wonderful community event enjoyed by all. Thanks to the Trinity United Church for the use of the Parish Hall, to Chief Edwards and the Seabrook Fire Department, and to Chief Gallagher, who was out with Deputy Walker on traffic detail. A very big thank you to our man Stan for making sure the lights went on when we flicked that switch, and to the Seabrook DPW for all of their help. Bill Niland of the Chop Shop Pub ran the “train” over to transport people to the Parish Hall, and I hitched a ride, and it was great. Thank you Bill!

The 2017 Seabrook Christmas Tree, lit up.

The Seabrook 2018 Draft CIP and Five Year Capital Spending Analysis

I am today posting the new Seabrook CIP Plan, as well as a newly developed five year analysis of Seabrook Capital Spending that I have developed. The analysis has a long series of support tabs that show yearly spending by category. The capital spending program program in Seabrook was the sole reason for the increase in Town side spending from 2016 to 2017, as the operating budgets have been essentially level funded, absent contractually mandated increases. These items have been presented to all of our policy making Boards.

Seabrook 2018 CIP Draft

Seabrook CIP Spending Five Year Review

CIP Report Tab A Roads

CIP Report Tab B Vehicles

CIP Report Tab C Equipment

CIP Report Tab D Library

CIP Report Tab E Buildings

CIP Report Tab F Historic

CIP Report Tab G Pier

CIP Report Tab H Parks

CIP Report Tab I Cemetery

CIP Report Tab J Infrastructure

CIP Report Tab K Well Maintain

CIP Report Tab L Water Explore

CIP Report Tab M Rail Trail

CIP Report Tab N Seniors

CIP Report Tab O GIS


Seabrook Selectmen Award Boston Post Cane

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!