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Ossipee building renovation moving forward

April 28, 2011
OSSIPEE — Selectmen here voted Monday night, April 25, to enter into an agreement with Bergeron Technical Services and pay $7,450 for the One Moultonville Road property inspection and future use design.

Selectmen told Town Meeting voters they are interested in converting the building into a land use boards building where the planning, zoning, and conservation commission boards could hold their meetings and store their records. Additionally, they would like to convert part of the building into storage for other town records.

Bergeron will inspect the building's current condition and document their findings with photography and written observations and create a renovation plan. Once that is done, the renovation project will be put out to bid by selectmen.

Selectmen approved a use of facility permit for an event this Friday evening, April 29, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Ossipee Town Hall. State legislators are expected to attend and respond to questions and concerns from an advocacy group concerned with the state cuts to the Department of Health and Human Services budget and the impact the cuts will have on those served.

Selectmen announced after interviewing four candidates, they have decided to hire Chris Seamans of Ossipee to fill the Parks and Recreation/Public Works technician position. He will begin work May 2.

Selectman Kathleen Maloney wants to remind anyone who has any questions, concerns or complaints about the current ambulance contract should bring them to the selectmen, who are the holders of the contract. Each of the selectmen agreed that so far none of them have received any complaints directly about the current provider, Ossipee Valley EMS.

North Country Environmental
Martin Lord Osman
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