Town/School Election Results - March 13, 2018

Town Election

Total Number Voting 71

Selectman for Three Years
Marsha Cook 61

Trustee of Trust Funds for Three Years
James Casey 69

Library Trustee for Three Years

Write-in To be decided

Zoning Board of Adjustment for Three Years

Roger Sweet 70

Town Moderator for Two Years

C. Christopher Pratt 70

Hazardous Waste Disposal Begins in March

March 24, 28 and 31 and April 14, 18 and 28 and May 12, 16 and 26 .

All collections run 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Free for Sullivan Residents!
Keene Recycling Center, 55 Old Summit Road, Keene

Click here for details

Agricultural Lecture Series - Mar. 31

Nelson Agricultural Commission 2018 Lecture Series

March 31 - Protect your garden and livestock, fencing options with Tiger Batchelder Electric fencing has saved many a garden from woodchucks and deer, chickens and sheep can roam protected. Learn about moveable and fixed options.

April 28 - Pruning Apple Trees with Ted Lenk
This will be a hands-on demonstration pruning apple trees at the Nelson Library.

May 19 - Soil Workshop – Instructors TBA

Spring Roadside Cleanup - May 5

Spring Roadside Cleanup and Lunch - May 5

Everyone’s help is needed to clean Sullivan’s roadsides again this spring. Unfortunately, spring and snow melt generally mean that many cans, bottles and “you name it” become visible along our roads. If you could take one section of your road and pick up the rubbish, it would be a great help.

Meet in the Town Hall/Church parking lot at 9 am for road assignments and to pick up a few of the familiar blue bags.

Public Notice

Please note that the Sullivan Public Library Board of Trustees has moved its meeting time to 3:30 PM.

The Sullivan Public Library Board of Trustees will hold their monthly meetings on the second Thursday of each month at 3:30 PM at the library. The purpose of the meetings will be to formally receive any donations, hear reports and conduct any business related to the administration of the library. As always, the public is welcome.

Sullivan 2018 Calendar - On Sale Now!

The Friends of the Library have created a 2018 wall calendar with full color photos from all around Sullivan. It is 11” x 17” with a spiral binding.  Cost is $15.
Get those holiday gifts early! Send them to the kids at college so they remember where they come from. Send them to friends to show them where you live. How about the folks you met on vacation in Ireland or Australia? So many ideas, so few calendars to go around. You can even send one to your mom to remind her why you love it here.

Volunteer Drivers Needed

Do You Have Time Now and Then to Give Someone A Ride?

The Community Volunteer Transportation Company, or CVTC, is looking for more people to become part of our volunteer driver team, especially in the towns of Keene, Swanzey, Troy, Marlborough Francestown and Temple. Do you have time on your hands?

From the Selectmen's Office

Taxpayer Assistance – Low and Moderate Income Homeowners Property Tax Relief -2017
The State of New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration offers assistance to lessen the economic burden of the State Education Property Tax for eligible property owners.
An eligible applicant is a person who is:

  • Single with adjusted gross income equal to or less than $20,000; or
  • Married or head of NH household with adjusted gross income less than or equal to $40,000; and

Answers to Your Property Tax Questions

Questions about your property tax assessment?
How to get the answers.
How to file for an abatement.

Stop by the Selectmen’s Office and ask to see a copy of your property record card. Check the description of your property. Is it correct? Are the measurements correct? You can ask for a copy of the card and take it home to double check the information.

Sullivan Zoning Board has a Vacancy

The Sullivan ZBA has a vacancy. The Board does not meet on a regular basis but as needed to hear appeals from any order, requirement, decision or determination made by an administrative official and administers special provisions in the ordinance dealing with variances and special exceptions. This would be a good learning experience for anyone interested in town affairs. Individuals must be detail oriented. For more information call Mary Hull at 847-3316 or 847-9718.

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