The Seabrook Board of Selectmen seek a person to serve on the Nuclear Decommission Finance Committee, established to provide assurance of adequate funding of nuclear generating facilities “to ensure proper and safe decommissioning and subsequent surveillance of nuclear reactor sites to the extent necessary to prevent such sites from constituting a hazard to future generations.” Meetings are held in Concord.
Interested persons should submit a letter of interest to Select Board Chair Ella Brown through the Office of the Town Manager by emailing it to: email@example.com
The Seabrook Water Department will be flushing its water mains on dead end streets only, Monday through Friday, excluding weekends, until complete. There may be some low pressure and discolored water at this time. The department wishes to apologize for any inconvenience, but feels the improvement will make it worthwhile. Please check Channel 22 and the website www.seabrooknh.info for details. Any questions, please call (603) 474-9921.
(The dates are dependent on the weather and staffing.)
The Seabrook Board of Selectmen are seeking a person to serve on the Winnacunnet School Budget Committee to fill an unexpired term. Interested persons should submit a letter of interest to Select Board Chair Ella Brown through the Office of the Town Manager by emailing it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to the abnormally dry conditions, the Town of Seabrook Water Department is asking its customers to observe Voluntary Outside Water Use Restrictions.
The drought of 2020 has continued in the form of Abnormally Dry conditions through the winter and spring, resulting in lower groundwater levels. These conditions have reduced production capacity.
Restrictions are voluntary at this time, and the focus of our messaging is to eliminate excessive water use . This can be done by repairing any leaks inside or outsides of homes or businesses, reducing the frequency of washing cars and refraining from washing driveways and sidewalks. Also the Town would like residents and businesses to limit irrigation to 30 minutes every other day. Hopefully, this will reduce the need for mandatory water use restrictions later this summer.
The Town of Seabrook will issue one beach parking placard to any Seabrook residential home owner upon request. One placard will be issued per address, with a drivers license required at the time of request. Placards will be issued at the Seabrook Town Hall, 99 Lafayette Road, Second Floor, beginning Monday, May 3rd, Monday-Thur’s.