July 03, 2020TUFTONBORO — A public information session on the proposed police station project is scheduled for July 6, at 9 a.m. at the Town House on Middle Road. Time will be provided to review and discuss the proposed facility site and location, building plans, and anticipated construction process and cost.
Tuftonboro Town Offices have opened to the public again, with the caveat that visitors need to use hand sanitizer prior to entering the building and must wear face coverings, both of which are kept available in the front vestibule. Though the offices will once again be open, the public is encouraged to take advantage of the online tools for paying taxes, access assessing documents, request an overnight parking permit for 19 Mile Bay, and many more.
The Tuftonboro Free Library has been offering curbside service and is processing returns. Library Director Christie Sarles says almost all of the 2,000 outstanding items have been returned and are in quarantine.
Sarles reported to the selectmen on June 22 that the building is not quite ready to open, as some work still needs to be done on the building, and staff is collecting PPE items. When it does open, capacity will likely be limited, and all patrons will be asked to wear masks.
She noted that Spider Web Gardens donated a blue spruce tree, Cory Hunter will be mulching the two new Christmas trees, and volunteers and Spider Web have done quite a lot of outside planting.
The Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring a Cornhole League on Tuesday evenings at 19 Mile Bay Beach for six weeks, beginning July 14, at 6 p.m.
July 15 and 16 are the dates of the Family Mini-Golf Tournament from 2 – 4 p.m. at Putters Village on 19 Centre St. in Wolfeboro.
To register, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Dennis Zilembo at 569-4539, ext. 25.