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Parsonage & TD Bank Exchange

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Town Center Committee Information

Plan NH Information

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Rye Fire 2018 Documents for CIP and Select Board

Resident Summary of equipment in the Area:  Rye Area Fire Equipment PDF Rye Fire Mission-Vision-Values Greenwood fleet assessment 6 yr plan with balances FINAL 6 yr plan with balances FINAL PDF Proposed Capital Plan August 2018

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Files for June 18 Rye Civic News

Update to Rye BOS on Commission on the Seacoast Cancer Cluster Investigation RSA 126 Legal Notice Whitehorse Conservation Commission May 18 Meetings RCL Notes Stoneleigh South Rd Development Land overview Sitewalk for Bracket Rd Cell Tower

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Select Board March 26, 2018 RCL notes

File for Civic News:  RyeBOSrclNotes032618revBfinal Letter from Steven Borne:  Rye 2018 BOS Expectations S Borne There was extensive public comment on the defeat of Article 9 to tear down and rebuild Town Hall. Some urged the Select Board to start now supporting a tear down and new build, while others urged moving forward with painting and other […]

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Board of Selectmen March 12, 2018 RCL Notes

File for civic news:  BOS Notes RCL March 12, 2018 A resident challenged the accuracy of information on a card mailed to all households regarding the TD Bank purchase and the Esther Parsons Legacy. Summer Sessions was challenged by the Police Chief for the lack of a traffic safety plan and by Selectman Musselman for expecting […]

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RCL February 26, 2018 BOS Notes

File for Civic News: RyeBOSrclNotes022618revBfinal A long-time resident provided documents to the Selectmen that, she said, supports her assertion that Esther Parsons had not wanted the TD Bank parcel put to a government use. Approval of the $300,000 conservation acquisition associated with the South Rd. development settlement was tabled after a resident expressed concerns, including non-compliance […]

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RCL Notes of BOS Bond Hearing January 16, 2018

More detailed summary for separate document: 1. There were public hearings on five bond articles for 2018. Interest rates are currently 2.14% to 2.5%. Ten year term is planned, except for Storm Water Management (2:26 elapsed). a. Salt shed $620,000 (total $700,000, $80,000 from reserve) (2:26 elapsed) b. Red Mill Ln. Culvert ($250,000) (4:55 elapsed) […]

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RCL Selectmen Meeting Notes January 22, 2018

File for Civic News:     lRyeBOSrclNotes012218revBfinal Much of the meeting was devoted to public comment on a proposed leash law. The Selectmen decided not to propose one at Town Meeting this year.  The matter will nevertheless be discussed at the Deliberative Session as there is a petitioned warrant article on the subject. There were 7 […]

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RCL Board of Selectmen notes January 8, 2018

File for Civic News:  RyeBOSrclNotes010818revBfinal Library Trustee’s letter:  LibraryBudgetLetter to BOS 112117 Selectman Musselman announced that he would not be running for reelection. A four year contract with Town Administrator Magnant was agreed to. The Police Chief is again pushing for a leash law. The Selectmen will have the Town Attorney look into a draft article. Selectman […]

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Rye Helping Rye COVID-19

RCL will create a Rye Helping Hands Facebook Page but we need two or three Facebook people to admin the […]

Most Current Rye Civic News

Rye Civic News January 2019 from the RCL Rye Civic News December 2018 from the RCL Rye Civic News November […]

RCL Parson’s Creek Pollution Information

December 11, 2017 presentation to BOS repeats known findings that we have an issue.   Video Click Here – 1:34 after […]

2020 Rye Citizens Handbook

Civic News October 2020

Communities & Consequences

“Communities & Consequences: The Unbalancing of New Hampshire’s Human Ecology and What We Can Do About It” by Peter Francese […]

Civic News docs Sept 2020

Parsonage TD Bank Library 2020

There may be more information available through out August, so the RCL will post new information to this location.

August 2020 Civic News docs