Town Meeting Postponement

NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT

OF THE TOWN OF BARTLETT, NH

ANNUAL TOWN MEETING

UNDER EMERGENCY ORDER #83

Due to concerns arising from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and as duly authorized under Emergency Order #83 as so ordered by Governor Christopher T. Sununu on January 22, 2021, the Board of Selectmen of the Town of Bartlett, County of Carroll, State of New Hampshire do hereby give notice as follows:

To the inhabitants of the Town of Bartlett, New Hampshire in the County of Carroll in said State, qualified to vote in the Town affairs:

You are hereby notified that the annual town meeting that is normally held on the second Tuesday in March as per NH RSA 39:1 will be postponed for the year 2021 and;

You are hereby notified to meet in the Glen Fire Station, 90 US Rt. 302, in said Bartlett on Tuesday, May 11, 2021 in order to elect town officials and the transaction of all other town business as listed on the warrant and the polls shall open for balloting at eight o’clock in the forenoon and shall not close before seven o’clock in the evening. The deliberative session will be held on Thursday, May 13, 2021 at six thirty o’clock in the evening at the Josiah Bartlett Elementary School, 1313 US. Rt. 302 in Bartlett Village.

As voted by the Board of Selectmen at their duly noticed meeting on February 3, 2021. Given under our hands and seals this third day of February in the year 2021.

Board of Selectmen:

Gene G. Chandler

Vicki L. Garland

August D. Vincent

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Winter Regulations

TOWN OF BARTLETT

PUBLIC NOTICE

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TOWN WINTER REGULATIONS

The Selectmen want to remind residents of the town winter regulations:

  • No parking is allowed on any town roads and cars will be towed if they are blocking snow removal. This parking ban is on 24 hrs. a day seven days a week until May 1.
  • You may not plow or snow blow across or into a town road. This leaves humps and ruts in the road and creates a safety problem for the snowplow operators.
  • As a courtesy to our residents, there is a sand/salt mixture pile available at the Town Hall for Bartlett residents to pick up a bucket or two for their driveways only. Commercial operators are not allowed to take this.   Under no circumstances should anyone be taking salt (which is in the shed) or accessing the large sand pile due to safety and access reasons.
  • The town is not liable for any damage to objects that are placed within the town’s right-of-way such as mailboxes, fences, etc.

Your cooperation in complying with our regulations is appreciated.

                                                            Board of Selectmen

                                                            Gene G. Chandler

                                                            Vicki L. Garland

                                                            August D. Vincent