Hazardous Waste Disposal

May 26 .

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

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Sullivan Center Yard Sales - May 25 and 26

Stop by the Fire Station on May 25th or 26th between 9am to 3pm for another super yard sale, rain or shine. Once again the Sullivan Fire and Rescue can help you with your spring cleaning! They are still accepting items for the yard sale fundraiser. Donations of all types (except oversized furniture and televisions) are being accepted. To arrange donation pick up or drop off, please contact Bonnie Blanchard at 847-9680 or leave a message at the fire station at 847-9020. Yard sale items will be accepted through May 25th.

Board of Selectmen’s Summer Meeting Hours 2018

The Board of Selectmen’s Meetings will have an abridged summer schedule for the months of June and July and August. The meetings will be held at 6:30pm. Please call ahead to be placed on the agenda, the phone number is 847-3316.

Summer Schedule of Meetings:
June 4
June 18
July 9
July 23
August 6
August 20
The Selectmen’s meetings will be cancelled or rescheduled in observance of the following holidays:
Memorial Day May 28, 2018
Independence Day July 4, 2018
Labor Day September 3, 2018

Supervisors of the Checklist - June 5


Sullivan Public Library - June 5
Supervisors of the Checklist will be in session at the Sullivan Library on Tues., June 5 between 7&7:30 pm for party changes, additions and corrections to the checklist. Bring proof of residency, citizenship and age. Checklists are posted at the town hall (both inside and out) and outside the fire station. You can check your party affiliation anytime. Mary Hull, town clerk, will also accept party changes on or before June 5.

News from the Board of Selectmen

Town Assessor: The Town contracts with Avitar Associates for assessing services. Avitar representatives are in cars clearly marked with the business name on the side and they carry picture identification displayed on a lanyard. There have been reports about someone impersonating the assessor. If you have any questions or concerns about an Avitar representative visiting your property please call the Town Hall at 847-3316 10am-2pm Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday or the Cheshire County Sheriff’s department at 355-2000.

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.

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?

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.

Public Notice - NH Dept. of Environmental Services

May 24, 2016

Contact Laura Lewandowski
Health Officer of Sullivan, NH

As a public notice of information, NHDES recommends testing of all water wells being used for drinking. The test would determine if there is any arsenic in your water. This is not a cause for concern, but it is a good practice to test any wells being used for consumption.

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