Hudson - Litchfield News
April 16, 2010 - 11
Town of Hudson
Order to Repair or Remove Hazardous Building
Pursuant to N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. Chapter 155-B, notice is hereby given that the building(s) located at 28 Library Street in the Town of Hudson, County of Hillsborough, and State of New Hampshire (“Property”), or portions thereof, on account of inadequate maintenance, dilapidation, physical damage, unsanitary condition, or abandonment, constitute(s) a fire hazard and/or a hazard to the public safety or health. The grounds therefore are as follows:
The roof of the attached building to the south side of the main house has collapsed and the exterior walls are collapsing as a result thereof. The attached building and main house appear to be abandoned and are not secured against unauthorized entry. The grounds are littered with junk and debris. A gas leak was detected and repaired by National Grid on April 19, 2009. At that time, the Hudson Fire Department found numerous pots of what was believed to be human waste.
By Order of the Board of Selectmen for the Town of Hudson, County of Hillsborough, State of New Hampshire, parties affected are hereby instructed to immediately contact William A. Oleksak, Code Enforcement Officer, for purposes of scheduling an inspection of the Property and obtaining the necessary building and/or demolition permits to correct the hazardous condition(s) of said building(s), or to raise and remove the same. Mr. Oleksak may be reached by telephone at (603) 886-6005 to schedule an inspection, or you may schedule an inspection in person at the Community Development Department, 12 School Street, Hudson, New Hampshire 03051, during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Parties affected have the right to file an Answer to this Order with the Nashua District Court, 25 Walnut Street, P.O. Box 310, Nashua, New Hampshire 03061. Any Answer must be filed within 20 days of receipt of this Order. A copy of the Answer must be served on the Town of Hudson in the same manner provided for service in a civil action, specifically denying such facts in the Order as may be disputed.
Unless corrective action is taken or an Answer is filed with the Nashua District Court, failure to comply with this Order within thirty (30) days of the date of this Order shall result in a motion for summary enforcement being filed with the Nashua District Court. Any costs, including costs of repairs, razing or removal, attorney fees, and expenses incurred in bringing the Property into compliance shall be enforced as a lien against the Property and shall be levied and collected in the same manner as tax liens as provided in N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. Chapter 80.
Dated: March 23, 2010
Town of Hudson Board of Selectman By: Roger E. Coutu, Chairman
Town of Hudson
Zoning Board of Adjustment
Meeting Agenda – April 22, 2010.
The Hudson Zoning Board of Adjustment will hold a meeting on Thursday April 22, 2010, in the Community Development Conference Room in the basement of Hudson Town Hall (please enter by ramp entrance at right side). The meeting will begin at 7:00 PM for the purpose of reviewing minutes of past meetings; the public hearings for applications will begin at 7:30 PM, with the applications normally being heard in the order listed below.
SUITABLE ACCOMMODATIONS FOR THE SENSORY IMPAIRED WILL BE PROVIDED UPON ADEQUATE ADVANCE NOTICE BY CALLING 886- 6005 OR TDD 886-6011.
The following items before the Board will be considered:
I. 7:00 PM APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES 1. February 25, 2010 2. March 25, 2010
II. DISCUSSION OF CORRESPONDENCE BEFORE THE BOARD 1. Case 176-028 (4/22/10): 222 Central Plaza Associates Realty Trust, 222 Central Street, Hudson requests a Variance to allow parking of a seafood concession trailer to sell seafood. [Map 176, Lot 028, Zoned B, HZO Article V, Section 334-20, Table of Permitted Uses.] 2. Case 183-028 (4/22/10): Jay and Theresa Lafond, 38 Adelaide Street, Hudson, requests the following: a. An Equitable Waiver to allow the existing dwelling to remain within the setbacks. [Map 183, Lot 028, Zoned TR, HZO Article VIII, Section 334-31, Alteration and expansion of nonconforming structures.] b. A Variance to allow the alteration of an existing nonconforming structure by constructing a 12’ x 14’ addition. [Map 183, Lot 028, Zoned TR, HZO Article VIII, Section 334-31, Alteration and expansion of nonconforming structures.]
3. Case 177-012 (4/22/10): Joseph Brunelle, 55 Kimball Hill Road, Hudson, requests a Variance to allow the existing shed to remain to the front of the main building. [Map 177, Lot 012, Zoned G, HZO Article VII, Section 334-27.1 (C), General Requirements.] 4. Case 175-039 (4/22/10): Trendezza, LLC, 7 Colby Court, Suite 211, Bedford, NH, requests a Variance to allow the existing structure to be replaced within the front and rear property lines located at 1 Sunflower Path, Hudson (aka 142 Ferry Street). 30-foot front yard setback required, 24-feet proposed, 15-foot side yard setback required, 10-feet proposed. [Map 222, Lot 039, Zoned R-2, HZO Article VII, Section 334-27, Table of Dimensional Requirements.]
Town of Litchfield
The Town of Litchfield is seeking a temporary part-time (16 – 20 hrs/week) Office Assistant. This position performs a wide variety of clerical duties in the Selectmen’s Office. Computer knowledge, use of Microsoft Office, and general office skills are required. High school diploma and at least one year related experience preferred. A full job description is available at the town office or on the town’s web site. To apply please submit a resume to: Office Manager, Town of Litchfield, 2 Liberty Way Suite 1, Litchfield NH 03052. Salary: DOE. Closing date: April 30, 2010. EOE.
III. DISCUSSION OF CORRESPONDENCE BEFORE THE BOARD VI. OTHER BUSINESS
V. DISCUSSION OF ANY TOWN/STATE ACTIVITY OF INTEREST TO THE BOARD
William A. Oleksak, Zoning Administrator
Hudson School District
Request for Proposals
Town of Hudson
April 28, 2010
The Town of Hudson Planning Board will hold a regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday, April 28, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. in the “Community Development Conference Room” at Town Hall. The following items will be on the agenda:
I. CALL TO ORDER BY CHAIRPERSON AT 7:00 P.M. II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE III. ROLL CALL IV. SEATING OF ALTERNATES V. MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETING(S) A. 03-10-10 Minutes - 03-24-10 Pkt.
VI. CASES REQUESTED FOR DEFERRAL VII. CORRESPONDENCE A. Friends of Alvirne – Hockey Request for release of funds.
VIII. PERFORMANCE SURETIES IX. ZBA INPUT ONLY
X. OLD BUSINESS/PUBLIC HEARINGS A. Bockes Road Proposed Retail Develop. SP# 04-09
Map 145/Lot 001 1 Bockes Road
Purpose of plan: Construction of a 12,800 square foot single-story multi- tenant retail building with associated access driveway, paved parking, drainage, landscaping and lighting improvements. Hearing. Deferred Date Specific from the March 24, 2010 Planning Board Meeting.
XI. DESIGN REVIEW PHASE XII. CONCEPTUAL REVIEW ONLY XIII. NEW BUSINESS/PUBLIC HEARINGS XIV. OTHER BUSINESS XV. ADJOURNMENT
All plans and applications are available for review in the Planning Office. Comments may be submitted in writing until 10:00 a.m. on the Tuesday prior to the day of the meeting. The public is invited to attend.
John M. Cashell, Town Planner
The Hudson School District is requesting proposals for a trailed mower- conditioner with minimum 9 ft. working width. Complete specifications available with the bid documents. Sealed bids are due by 11:00 A.M. Wednesday, April 28, 2010. Bid documents and full specifications are available by contacting:
Mr. Normand Sanborn Business Administrator Hudson School District 20 Library Street Hudson, NH 03051 (603) 886-1258
Town of Hudson
Community Development Block Grant Project
The Hudson Board of Selectmen will hold three consecutive Public Hearings on Tuesday, April 27, 2010 at 7:00 pm, at the Town Offices, 12 School Street, Hudson, New Hampshire, to hear public comment on a Community Development Block Grant application proposal through the New Hampshire Community Development Finance Authority (NHCDFA). Up to $500,000 annually is available on a competitive basis for housing and public facilities, economic development and emergency activities that directly benefit low and moderate income persons. Up to $12,000 is available for feasibility study grants. The public hearings will hear public comment on:
1. A proposed application to the Community Development Finance Authority for up to $500,000 in Community Development Block Grant Economic Development funds. Of the funds, $480,000 will be subgranted to Rockingham Economic Development Corp. (REDC). REDC will retain $10,000, for loan servicing expenses and loan the remaining $470,000 to Enertrac Hudson. Enertrac manufactures a monitor used in the fuel industry. The loan proceeds will be used for working capital to expand production. Enertrac Hudson will create an additional twenty-five jobs of which at least 60% will be filled by persons of low or moderate income. 2. The Housing and Community Development Plan. 3. The Residential Antidisplacement and Relocation Assistance Plan.
For persons with special needs, provisions can be made by contacting the Selectmen’s Office via telephone (886-6024) or mail, at least five days prior to the public hearing.
April 19-23, 2010 Elementary and Memorial Schools
Monday - Appetizer plate (mozzarella sticks, chicken nuggets, potato puffs), Seasoned rice & carrots, Mixed fruit cup. Tuesday - Nacho chips with taco meat & cheese sauce, Corn, Apple wedges, Oatmeal raisin chocolate chip cookie. Wednesday - American chop suey, Whole wheat bread, Peas, Peach cup. Thursday - Ham salad wrap/lettuce, Celery sticks, Goldfish, Applesauce, Ice cream. Friday - Juice, Domino’s pizza, Baby carrots/dip, Assorted desserts.
*Lunch alternative: Ham & cheese on wheat. **All lunches served with choice of milk.
Alvirne High School
Monday - Domino’s pizza, Veggies/dip, Fresh fruit or juice. Tuesday - Nacho chips with taco meat & cheese sauce, Corn, Apple wedges, Oatmeal raisin chocolate chip cookie. Wednesday - American chop suey, Whole wheat bread, Peas, Peach cup. Thursday - Ham salad wrap/lettuce, Celery sticks, Goldfish, Applesauce, Ice cream. Friday - Appetizer plate (mozzarella sticks, chicken nuggets, potato puffs), Seasoned rice & carrots, Mixed fruit cup.
**All lunches served with choice of milk.
Fidele J. Bernasconi
Military Honors, Interment Prayers and Burial Friday, April 23, 2010 at 2:00 p.m.
NH State Veterans Cemetery, Boscawen, NH Family and Friends are invited
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April 19-23, 2010 Griffin Memorial School
Monday - Cheeseburger/roll, Oven fries, Fruit crisp. Tuesday - Teriyaki chicken dippers, Rice, Vegetables, Fruit. Wednesday - Hot dog/roll, Macaroni & cheese, Veggies, Fruit. Thursday - Turkey subs, Salad/dressing, Fruit, Dirt cake. Friday - Pizza, Vegetable, Fruit.
*Lunch Alternative: Egg sandwich or Chef salad. **All lunches served with milk
Litchfield Middle School
Monday - Cheeseburger/roll or Pizza, Oven fries, Fruit crisp. Tuesday - Teriyaki chicken dippers or Tuna sandwich, Rice, Vegetables, Fruit. Wednesday - Open faced turkey sandwich or Ham sandwich, Mashed potatoes, Fruit. Thursday - Italian cheese pockets or Turkey sandwich, Salad/dressing, Fruit, Dirt cake. Friday - Pizza or Assorted sandwiches, Vegetable, Fruit.
*All lunches served with milk
Campbell High School
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Monday - BBQ rib/roll, Vegetables. Alternative: Pizza Man pizza. Tuesday - Pasta/meat sauce, Garlic bread, Green beans. Alternative: Cheeseburger or Hot Pocket. Wednesday - Assorted subs, Tomato soup. Alternative: Crispy or spicy chicken or quesadilla. Thursday - Shephard’s pie, Roll. Alternative: Hot dog/roll. Friday - Chicken nuggets, Rice, Vegetable. Alternative: Pizza.
*All lunches served with fruit & milk
Town of Hudson
Pursuant to RSA 31-95-b, and in accordance with Article 36 of the March 1994 Town Meeting, relative to the acceptance of monetary donations, the Hudson Board of Selectmen shall hold a public hearing in conjunction with its regularly scheduled meeting on April 27, 2010, which starts at 7:00 p.m. and is held in the Selectmen’s Meeting Room at Town Hall, 12 School Street, Hudson, NH, to accept a Highway Safety Project Grant titled “Hudson Enforcement Patrols” in the amount of $5,500. These funds will be used to offset the cost of overtime while targeting the problem of speeding motorists. Any Hudson, NH resident who wishes to speak on this matter is invited to attend.
Steve Malizia, Town Administrator
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