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Town News & Notices
Election and Town Meeting Warrant 2018Posted on Wed at 04:05pm
transfer stationPosted on Wed at 09:29am
The Transfer Station will be closed on Thursday, February 22. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Town ElectionPosted on Mon, Feb 12 at 11:04am
Town Election will be Tuesday, March 13th.
Polling Location: Brentwood Community Center
190 Route 125
Open: 8am to 7pm
Town Meeting will be Saturday, March 17th.
Location: Swasey Central School
355 Middle Road
Begins at 9am
Credits and ExemptionsPosted on Jun 28, 2017
The application deadline for 2018 credits and exemptions is April 15th. Applications for credits or exemptions effective for the 2018 tax year will be excepted after you receive your December 2017 tax bill and prior to April 15, 2018.
NEW Town Clerk/Tax Collector HoursPosted on Dec 21, 2017
Starting in January, The Town Clerk/Tax Collector’s office will be closing on Tuesdays at 7pm.
Sand Available at Town ShedPosted on Dec 08, 2017
You may get a bucket of sand at the Town Shed for driveway and steps. There is a pile outside of gate for residents to use.
Update on Prescott RoadPosted on Nov 02, 2017
At the March 2017 town meeting the town voted to approve the reconstruction of Prescott Road. During the meeting the scope of the project was changed to eliminate the cutting of the trees on the easterly side of Prescott Road and the road was voted to be reclassified as scenic.
The scope now included reconstructing the intersection at North Road to a “T” from a “Y”, replace the north and south culverts in their existing locations, and reclaim the road from North Road to Middle Road. In order to comply with these changes, the town had to apply for amendments to the driveway permit from NH Department of Transportation (DOT) and an amendment for the north culvert from NH Department of Environmental Services (DES).
We were notified on September 6th from DOT that an amendment would not be required but an as-built plan would need to be supplied after the project is completed for the reconstruction of the intersection. As they deemed the changed to the scope of the project as relatively minor. We have yet to receive the approved amendment from DES but do expect that within a week.
Eversource moved all the electrical wires and the Seabrook Siren was relocated in June. Comcast completed their portion on 10/17. Fairpoint will be the last to move wires and that should be completed in 10-14 days.
We are anticipating that by the end of the month, this project will be “shovel ready”. With the push against time and weather, and cost at the recommendation of our contractor, we will be postponing any construction until the end of June 2018. The road will be closed from the end of school through August. Bell and Flynn has agreed to maintain the 2017 contract price for the 2018 construction season, with the exception of asphalt (that is a variable cost and cannot be locked in).
If you have any questions on the scope or status of the project, please call the Town Administrator at 642 6400 x 10.
July 4th FireworksPosted on Oct 11, 2017
A new fireworks committee has been formed to bring back the 4th of July. This is not a town event and put on by volunteers and donations. Please see attached for information if you would like to donate!
Solar Array ProductionPosted on Sep 26, 2017
You can view the production from the solar array at the fire station by using the following link. https://monitoringpublic.solaredge.com/solaredge-web/p/site/public?name=Brentwood%20Fire%20Department
Community Outreach: Mill Road DamPosted on Sep 07, 2017
The Exeter Squampscott River Local Advisory Committee has partnered with the Towns of Brentwood and Fremont and a team from the University of Massachusetts Boston (UMB) to provide some research and information relative to the dam and it's future. This partnership is called the Exeter Squampscott River Education Partnership or ESREP. They are sending a letter out this week to owners of property in the vicinity of the dam regarding UMB students and faculty who will be visiting local homes and businesses in the Riverside Drive and Tibbetts Road neighborhoods on Saturday September 9, 2017 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. They are surveying residents on their questions regarding the Mill Road Dam (in Brentwood). They are trying to be sure that residents questions are answered in preparation for a public information forum.
ESREP will be hosting a community information meeting on Wednesday, September 27, 2017 at the Brentwood Community Center (190 Rte. 125) from 5:30 to 8:00 pm. At this meeting, the public will have access to the best available information regarding the pros and cons of dam preservation from many of New Hampshire’s most experienced dam and river experts. The results of this resident survey will help us bring the right experts to answer questions at this meeting. ESREP is also creating a website to provide non-partisan information on the dam and its future: www.illbedammedornot.com