RCL Note November 23, 2015 BOS Meeting

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  1. A septic tank pump out ordinance is being considered for parcels located in the Parsons’ Creek Watershed. More Detail
  2. MRI was awarded a three year assessing contract.  This will be the fourth Town Assessor since 2010.  More Detail
  3. The Selectmen approved $800,000 in warrant articles, including $275,000 to replace an eight year old ambulance that was unavailable for 27 days this year. More Detail
  4. Dump stickers will not be offered to North Hampton residents at this time, however contractors using the Recycling Center will be required to have them.  More Detail
  5. For the second meeting in a row, the Selectmen tabled consideration of Jane Holway’s resignation from the Heritage Commission. More Detail

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