Saturday, January 21, 2017, 9:00 am
Rollinsford Grade School Gymnasium
Locust Street, Rollinsford, NH
2017 Proposed Bond Warrant Articles
The Select Board will hold Public Hearings pursuant to NH RSA 33:8-a,I on Saturday, January 21, 2017 commencing at 9:00 a.m. at the Rollinsford Grade School Gymnasium, Locust Street, Rollinsford, in order to receive public comments on the following proposed bond issues:
1. A bond issue in the approximate amount of $450,000 to purchase a new fire engine.
2. A bond issue in the approximate amount of $385,000 to finance culvert repairs.
3. A bond issue in the approximate amount of $190,000 for repairs and improvements to the transfer station
Baer Road will be closed again tomorrow, June 30th. Paving has been delayed yesterday and today due to rain.
Next week they will work on shoulder gravel and line striping but will be open to one lane of traffic.
Baer Road will be CLOSED June 20th to June 29th from 7am to 6pm for road work. Please plan an alternate route.
The Select Board has noticed that the NHDOT has begun its planned work on Main Street. The project as originally presented to the town this past winter emcompasses maintenance resurfacing of Main Street as well as ensuring handicapped access to/from the sidewalks. The town has not been notified of the current schedule but anticipates that the sidewalk work will be followed by the resurfacing work.
The next meeting of the town’s Highway Safety Committee is scheduled for Thursday, June 9, at 6:30 pm at the Rollinsford Town Hall. Items on the agenda include reviewing Baer Road speed survey and issues concerning large vehicles using Church Street. The public is invited to attend.
Pine Street will be closed to through traffic on Tuesday and Wednesday next week, May 24th and 25th, for road work from approximately 8am – 4pm. Please seek an alternate route.
Reminder: street sweeping will begin tonight at 7PM. A PARKING BAN WILL BE IN EFFECT. Please plan accordingly.
Street sweeping will take place nights starting 7pm Sunday night through 7am Monday morning and continue at night for the same hours Monday into Tuesday and Wednesday into Thursday. A PARKING BAN WILL BE IN EFFECT THROUGHOUT TOWN DURING THOSE TIMES. We appreciate your cooperation.
The NH DOT has recently published the 2016 update of municipally-owned red list bridges. The Old Mill Lane bridge over Rollins Brook remains a red-listed bridge. Earlier this year the Select Board requested that the replacement of the temporary bridge (installed in 2013) be placed on the NH DOT state-aid bridge list. Bridges on this list are jointly funded by the NHDOT and the municipality with the state providing 80% of the costs of design, ROW and construction. Within the next several months, NH DOT will be providing the town with an estimated project cost for the replacement of the Old Mill Lane bridge. While the bridge replacement is already on the town’s Capital Improvement Plan the estimated cost has been a wild guess. We will adjust the CIP with the state’s estimated project costs when we receive them.
Please note that up until 2016, the Oak Street bridge (over the RR tracks) has been a red-listed bridge assigned to Rollinsford. The Select Board worked with the NHDOT to remove the Oak Street bridge as a municipal-owned bridge and to place it on the state-owned bridge list.
For more details, please see NH DOT Municipal Owned Red List. and NH DOT State Owned Red List