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RES Empty Bowl Event April 4th 5pm to 7pm

Empty Bowls Event:  Rye Elementary School will proudly be hosting Empty Bowls, an event to benefit Gather’s Meals 4 Kids, on Wednesday, April 4th. Today, more than 2,000 Seacoast children are food insecure. All proceeds from Empty Bowls will go towards supporting the over 400 families Gather serves each week during the summer and school […]

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Rye Prescription Drug disposal service

A new program for Rye residents to safely dispose of their outdated and unwanted prescription drugs is being implemented by the Rye Police Department.  Rye will be using the Deterra system; a simple and environmentally friendly bag system that allows residents to safely dispose of their outdated and unwanted prescription drugs in the privacy of […]

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Pre-Deliberative Meeting Note from the Town Moderator January 31, 2018

   The 2018 Rye Deliberative Session will be held on Saturday, February 3rd, at 9:00 a.m., at Rye Junior High School. The snow date is February 10th, same time and place. As an added incentive for parents of young children to attend, the Rye Recreation Department is offering FREE CHILD CARE for kids aged 4 or older, right at RJH […]

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Help create new High Tech “Rye Stories” Exhibit at the Town Museum

Help Create New High Tech “Rye Stories” Exhibit at Town Museum Using mounted tablets and other material, the new exhibit will tell selective parts of the town’s history, past and present. Some stories we are thinking of include: Odiorne point, surfing, town government and civic life and many more. We need your help on all aspects of this […]

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2018 School Budget Information & Dec. 13, 2018 Budget Committee Sumarry

Budget Summary 13 Dec 2017 below: Rye budget committee presentation Dec 13 Rye FY18-19 Proposed Budget Draft FY19 Rye Propsoed Budget Draft master (1) 1. SAU50 Assistant Business Administrator Amy Ransom presented the proposed operating budget for 2018-2019 of $14,023,994, up from $13,893,451 in 2017-2018 and $13,092,108 in 2016-2017. The proposed budget reflects a reduction […]

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PFC Background information

Timeline of PFC:  PFCs Summary Timeline – Commercial Prod + Disposal  (Compiled by a resident to support the Rye Civic News). There are thousands of compounds in the PFAS chemical class; PFOA has been researched and reported on the most. DuPont began documenting PFOA health effects in 1954. By the 1980s, DuPont was quietly monitoring water […]

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Seacoast Lacrosse 2018 Information

Welcome to the home of Seacoast Lacrosse including youth programs 6U,8U,10U,12U and 14U.  Registration for all spring programs are now OPEN.  Registration for youth programs is on a first come, first serve basis. Preparations for our very exciting 2018 season are underway! The U6 program will practice 1 day a week and play scrimmages on Saturday mornings […]

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Local Artist Open Studio November 4th and 5th

Local Artist Open Studio November 4th and 5th

  Hello Friends!   ~~ It is time again for our Open House and The Annual Open Studio Tour hosted by the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen and NH Made. ~~ Saturday and Sunday November 4th and 5th  9:00-4:00ish both days.        For Map/Directions go to nhopendoors.com, Seacoast, Sculptors.                                           ~~ There is a wide […]

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Water in Rye

WATER IN RYE Flyer Cancer Cluster Task Force Report September 2017:  Cancer Task Force final report

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“The Last Run” September 13th RPL Book discussion

Rye resident Steve Clarkson Discusses his recent book, “The Last Run” Wednesday, September 13 6:30 pm at the Rye Public Library ABOUT THE BOOK: Prohibition in the 1920s is often recalled as a big-city phenomenon-speakeasies, bootlegging mobsters, the flaunting of the constitutional edict by the urban wealthy, and the tragic plight of the cities’ poor. […]

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2018 RCL Election Support

My voting Sheet:  Rye 2018 My Voting Sheet Warrant Article Presentation – updated after the Deliberative Meeting:  RCL 2018 Warrant Articles Information […]

Rye Clean Water Information

Slides for November 8th Water in Rye: Water in Rye Presentation Final 8 Nov 17     No Video – camera […]

RCL Support for Property Assemsment

Open this document:  RCL Property Assesment Support July 2017

RCL Discussion Topics

Here are the different topics for discussion.   We have started with some information and opinion “not right or wrong”, […]

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 […]

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 […]

120 Bracket Rd Cell Tower Letter to Rep. Messmer

Re: PLACEMENT OF A CELL TOWER IN RYE RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT Dear Representative Messmer, We believe you are well aware of […]

RES and RJH Water Testing Reports

RJH Water Testing February 2018 RES Water Testing February 2018

RES Empty Bowl Event April 4th 5pm to 7pm

Empty Bowls Event:  Rye Elementary School will proudly be hosting Empty Bowls, an event to benefit Gather’s Meals 4 Kids, […]

Heritage Commission Education on Town Hall Questions

Selectman Musselman responding to assertions in John Loftus Letter to the Editor Click Here Resident produced clarification of public statements […]