Wed, Sep 23 2020 at 07:00pm
Conference Rooms A/B
The Board of Selectmen generally meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month.
GILFORD BOARD OF SELECTMEN
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
TOWN HALL - 1ST FLOOR CONFERENCE ROOM
1.0 PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
2.1 Rules of the meeting
2.2 The Town Hall, Library and all Town Offices will be closed on Monday, October 12 for Columbus Day
3.0 REVIEW/APPROVAL OF MINUTES
3.1 September 9, 2020
4.0 CONSENT AGENDA
4.1 Approval of previously signed documents – 8/24/2020-9/18/2020
5.1 Herb Greene – Parks & Recreation Department Update
6.0 CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC BUSINESS
6.1 Outside Groups at Town Hall
6.2 Trick or Treat
6.3 Other Coronavirus Issues
7.0 OLD BUSINESS
7.1 Traffic Issues – Gilford East Drive
7.2 Regional Public Health Resource Officer
7.3 Winnipesaukee River Basin Program Commission
8.0 NEW BUSINESS
8.1 Acceptance of Unanticipated Revenue – ($3,500) for K9 Ballistic Vest
8.2 Voting Day (November 3, 2020) Issues
8.3 Approval of Employee Gifts ($50 Gift Certificates)
8.4 Backhoe Bid Award
8.5 Appointment to Kimball Wildlife Forest Committee
9.0 OTHER BUSINESS
10.0 SELECTMEN’S ISSUES
11.0 ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT
12.0 NEXT MEETING (October 14, 2020)
13.0 PUBLIC INPUT
Recurring monthly on the Fourth Saturday of the month.
09:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Recurring monthly on the Second Saturday of the month.
09:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Recurring monthly on the Third Saturday of the month.
Monday - Friday - 7:00AM to 3:30PM
The Town of Gilford began the installation of municipal sewers in the early 80’s. These facilities interconnected with the sewers constructed in the late 70’s under the supervision of the Winnipesaukee River Basin Program. Areas along the lake, rivers, and neighborhoods adjacent to Laconia are currently sewered. The Town, in 2002 completed an extension of the public sewer that stretches from Henderson Road to the neighborhoods beyond the village, along Belknap Mountain Road.
While much of Gilford is still serviced by individual subsurface septic systems, more and more of Gilford is beginning to use and develop/promoted public sewer installation.
There is currently one full time employee that administers our sewer collection system, Kevin Carlisle.
CLICK HERE for the NH Department of Environmental Services Flyer on What's flushable and what's not flushable
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