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No Planning Board Meeting Tonight, January 23rd

Due to the weather the Planning Board for tonight will not be holding their meeting tonight January 23rd and continuing the cases to the February 6th meeting at 6:30PM, at the Seabrook Town Hall. The following cases continued are;

Case 2022-22 – Proposal by Michael & Amy McLaughlin for a 6-Lot Subdivision and lot line adjustment at 227-234 Lower Collins Street, Tax Map 14, Lots 43 and 43-1

Case 2022-23 – Proposal by George Penniman for a 2-Lot Subdivision at 81 Stard Road, Tax Map 4, Lot 14-101

Case 2022-24 – Proposal by Greenhead Holdings, LLC for a Site Plan review at 25 London Lane, Tax Map 5, Lot 8-20


2023 Warrant- Pre Deliberative

Below is the the 2023 Pre Deliberative Warrant;

2023 Warrant – Pre Deliberative


Sign up Dates for the March 14th Election

Filing Dates for the March 14, 2023 Seabrook Town Election are;

January 25th through February 3rd, ending at 5:00PM on the 3rd, at the Seabrook Town Clerks Office.

Town Positions Open:

ELECTMAN (1) -3 YR TERM
TOWN CLERK (1) -3 YR TERM
TREASURER (1)-3 YR TERM
MODERATOR (1) – 2 YR TERM
PLANNING BOARD (2) -3 YR TERM
PLANNING BOARD (2) -1 YR TERM
BUDGET COMMITTEE (2) -3 YR TERM
BUDGET COMMITTEE (1) -1 YR TERM
TRUSTEE OF LIBRARY (1)-3 YR TERM
TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUND {1)-3 YR TERM
CONSTABLES (3) -1 YR TERM

School Positions Open:

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER (2) – 3 YR TERM
SCHOOL DISTRICT CLERK (1) – 3 YR TERM
SCHOOL DISTRICT MODERATOR (1) – 3 YR TERM
SCHOOL DISTRICT TREASURER (1)- 3 YR TERM

 


New Hampshire Homeowner Assistance Fund

The NH Homeowner Assistance Fund provides financial assistance to eligible NH residents who have been affected in any way by an increase in expenses or reduction in income as a result of the COVID-19 public health crisis, if residents need assistance with mortgages, taxes, association fee or utilities to apply please go to HomeHelpNH.org

 

 


Snow Removal Reminder

As the winter months are approaching, as a reminder, in order to facilitate effective street plowing the Town is requesting that residents please move anything that might obstruct a plow truck, such as vehicles, basketball hoops or anything owned by a resident that could impede a plow, thank you.


Boston Marathon Fundraiser – Officer Kassandra Storms

I will be running the Boston Marathon in honor of Sean A. Collier for the Officer Sean A. Collier Memorial Fund. This is going to be the 10th anniversary of the terroir attack that took place during the marathon that resulted in Officer Collier losing his life in the line of duty. Please consider making a donation for an amazing fund that I am honored to have worked with the past two years. Along with volunteer work with the fund for the community. I hope you consider a donation, no amount is to small. Thank you so much for your time to read this. 
Here is the link to donate;
https://www.givengain.com/ap/kassandra-storms-raising-funds-for-officer-sean-a-collier-memorial-fund-inc-54413/#timeline
-Officer Kassandra Storms
Seabrook Police Department

Results from the November 8th, General Election

Here are the results from the General Election held on Tuesday, November 8th;


Seabrook Announces Voluntary Water Restrictions

For Release
August 15, 2022

Seabrook Announces Voluntary Water Restrictions

(Town seeks assistance in reducing water usage)

On August 15, 2022, the Town of Seabrook at its scheduled Board of Selectmen meeting implemented a voluntary water ban. The Seabrook Board of Selectman acting in capacity as the water commissioners for The Town of Seabrook approved the request by Water/Sewer Superintendent Curtis Slayton and Chief Water Operator George Eaton.

Due to the recent dry conditions, it has become necessary to ask residents to be mindful of how they use water. George has pointed out that under The Groundwater Management Plan that 2 of the 3 perimeters have been met to initiate a voluntary water ban.

The Seabrook Board of Selectman request that the public repair any leaks inside or outside their homes, reduce the frequency of washing cars and refrain from washing driveways and sidewalks. Also, the Town would like residents and businesses to limit irrigation to 30 minutes every other day.

The Seabrook Board of Selectman and the Seabrook Water Department are hopeful that more prudent use of water now, will help to avoid mandatory restrictions at a later date, and are appreciative of the support of the public.

Contact: William Manzi lll, Town Manager

603-474-3252
wmanzi@seabrooknh.org
www.seabrooknh.info

 


Notice to Residents From the Town Assessor

NOTICE TO RESIDENTS:

The Seabrook Assessor’s has individuals from Vision Government Solutions out around town doing some remeasure work for the next few months.  They have a letter from the Assessor stating such.  The purpose of these visits is to recheck our records for accuracy.  We do approximately 10% of the properties per year so that the entire town can be completed by year 10 or 11.  Please allow them, at a minimum, to take a new picture and measure any structures on the property.  It would also be great if you could answer any questions they have.  They will ask to see the interior but that is not a requirement.  It is helpful but not required.

Sincerely,

Angela Silva, Assessor


Nuclear Decommission Finance Committee Vacancy

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: wmanzi@seabrooknh.org