ALERTS: The tax rate and tax bills have been slightly delayed as we work through the process without an assessor. The rate setting is now with the State DRA, and we are hopeful that they will approve a rate in the near future
On behalf of the Board of Selectmen a very big thank you to Kiki Evans of Crimeline For the Hamptons, who brought a very generous donation of $1400 that will be used to procure a breaching kit for the Seabrook Police Department. Crimeline for the Hamptons is an active partner with local law enforcement agencies, and we deeply appreciate this donation, and their continuing efforts to be a positive and pro-active force for good with our public safety agencies. Thanks to Chief Michael Gallagher for all of his efforts as well. The Board of Selectmen accepted this donation at the April 4, 2016 meeting.
It was great to have Kiki Evans come in for a live Periscope to discuss Crimeline for the Hamptons. Crimeline is a terrific non-profit that does such important work, which Kiki was good enough to discuss during this broadcast. I have attached below some information on a very important Domestic Violence Forum, which is coming up on Thursday, October 22, 2015 from 6:15 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Lane Memorial Library in Hampton, NH. Kiki also talked about the anonymous text tip line. Crimeline’s anonymous tip line to report information about any non-urgent illegal activity can be accessed by visiting https://www.tipsubmit.com and selecting “Hamptons” as the region or by texting the word “CRIMES” (274637) with the keyword “Hamptons.” You can check out their Facebook Page by following this link. Thank you Kiki Evans!!!