|NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS|
5/15/2013 - Highway Department Bid Results
April 22 2013 Bid Results
A EZ Trench & Irrigation 4,356.00 per acre
B D&V Landscaping 1,250.00
C Rocky Mtn Farm 1,250.00
One year contract
A Rocky Mt. Farm .87 per Gallon
B All State Asphalt 1.06
Three year contract
A L& D Safety 13,241.00
B Marking Inc 11,033.00
C Industrial Traffic Lines 9,240.00
D Hi-Way Safety Systems 9,244.00
E Property Innovation 8,581.00
Three Year Contract
A Connecticut Seal Coating 1.30 per lb
B Bedford Seal Coating 1.95
C Ann Seal Inc 2.14
Three Year Contract
Road Side Mowing
A TRS Timber Maintenance 115.00 hourly
B Rail Head Tractor 100.00
One Year Contract
April 25 th 2013 Bid Results
1" Top Coat
A R&D Paving 242,997.00
B Suburban Paving 314,270.00
C Pike Industries 346,734.50
D Advanced Excavating 292,685.00
E GMI Asphalt 241,424.00
A Cocheco Equipment No Bid
B Messer Truck Equipment 36,995.00
5/14/2013 - Wireless Internet at Town Hall
The Alton Town Hall now has wireless internet.
5/14/2013 - Invitation To Bid - Post, Beam & Wood Plank
TOWN OF ALTON
INVITATION TO BID
POST, BEAM and PLANK WOOD
REMOVAL AND PURCHASE
The Town of Alton is requesting bids for the removal and purchase of reusable Post, Beam and Plank Wood located in 2 homes off Hidden Springs Road (Map 15 Lot 49) built in 1749 and 1806 which may be viewed by contacting the Board of Selectmen’s Office at 603-875-2161 for an appointment. Sealed bids must be clearly marked “Post, Beam & Plank Wood” submitted no later than May 20, 2013 @ 2:00 PM mailed or hand delivered to the Board of Selectmen’s Office, PO Box 659, 1 Monument Square, Alton, NH 03809. The removal must be completed within a thirty (30) day timeframe from the bid award. The bids will be opened at a date “to be determined” by the Board of Selectmen, no faxed or emailed bids will be accepted. The Contractor must provide proof of insurance including General Liability and Workman’s Compensation. The Town of Alton reserves the right to reject any and all proposals.
5/14/2013 - Police Log: 5/5 through 5/11
Alton Police Department responded to 116 calls for service during the week of May 5-11, including 7 arrests.
-1 Male Subject was taken into Protective Custody for Alcoholism.
-1 Male Subject was arrested for Theft.
There were 5 Motor Vehicle Summons Arrests.
• There were 3 Motor Vehicle Accidents.
• There were 2 Theft/Break-Ins on Stockbridge Corner Road.
• There were 5 Suspicious Person/Activity Reports on Wolfeboro Highway, (2) Suncook Valley Road, Africa Road & Powder Mill Road.
• Police made 47 Motor Vehicle Stops and handled 3 Motor Vehicle Complaint-Incidents.
• There were 56 other calls for services that consisted of the following: 2 Pistol Permit Applications, 1 Animal Complaint, 1 Domestic Complaint, 4 Alarm Activations, 1 Lost/Found Property, 2 Highway/Roadway Hazard Reports, 1 Simple Assault, 1 Sexual Assault, 2 Vehicle ID Checks, 2 Sex Offender Registrations, 4 Business/Property Checks, 2 Civil Matters, 1 Wellness Check, 1 Criminal Mischief, 1 Dispute, 4 Directed Patrols, (1) 911 Hang-Up, 3 Motor Vehicle Lockouts, 3 Property Checks, 3 Medical Assists, 5 Assist Fire Department, 1 Assist Other Agency, 4 General Information, 3 General Assistance & 3 Miscellaneous.
5/9/2013 - Notice of Public Hearing- Town Roads
The Alton Board of Selectmen will conduct a public hearing regarding reconstruction of Monument Square and Depot Street and Old Wolfeboro Rd intersection
The hearing will take place in the Alton Town Hall on Monday, June 17th 2013 @ 6:00pm on the second floor assembly room. The Public is invited to attend.
5/9/2013 - Notice of Public Hearing- Trask Side & Bowman Rd.
The Alton Board of Selectmen will conduct a public hearing regarding reconstruction of Trask side Rd (phase two) and Bowman Rd
The hearing will take place in the Alton Town Hall on Monday, June 3rd @ 6PM on the second floor assembly room. The Public is invited to attend.
5/2/2013 - Town Clerk's Office Closed - June 7, 2013
THE ALTON TOWN CLERKS OFFICE
WILL BE CLOSED ON
FRIDAY, JUNE 07, 2013.
THE STAFF WILL BE ATTENDING
THE LAKES REGION/WHITE MOUNTAIN
4/17/2013 - Employment Opportunities
The Gilman Library is seeking a year round, part time Assistant Librarian. Must be flexible and willing to work days, evenings and weekends. Must possess the ability to offer friendly service to patrons of all ages and all walks of life, a good sense of humor, basic computer skills, the ability to multitask and be detail oriented. Must be able to bend, stretch, lift heavy books and kneel comfortably. College education required or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Please submit resume and references by April 30, 2013 to P.O. Box 960, Alton, NH 03809, the library circulation desk or email@example.com. EOE
Custodian- For the Department of Parks and Recreation, Alton, NH. Part-time, 21 hrs. per week; Wednesday-Friday, 2-9pm. Duties include: trash removal; cleaning town buildings, offices and public restrooms; floor cleaning and maintenance and shoveling snow. Valid NH Driver’s License, Background check and physical capacity exam required. Applications available at the Alton Parks and Recreation Department or www.alton.nh.gov. Position will remain open until filled. EOE.
4/2/2013 - E-REG Online Motor Vehicle and Dog Renewals
4/2/2013 - Property Taxes Online Now Available
3/13/2013 - 2013 Ballot Results
Click here to view the 2013 Town Ballot.
3/8/2013 - Gilman Library Catalog Now Online!
BIBLIONIX (Online Catalog)
Bringing more choices to Gilman Library Patrons through the Apollo Automated System
Or...scan the QR code at the library circulation desk
-Log In...using your library card number and phone number
**** Gain access to information pertaining to your card.
**** Renew or Reserve materials contained in the Gilman Library collection (if applicable)
**** Browse the Gilman Library catalog.
**** Check out databases at the New Hampshire State Library
**** Explore Interlibrary Loan options at the NH Public Access Catalog
**** Utilize the following electronic resources:
-New Hampshire Downloadable Books
-Audio books and eBooks
-30,000 free ebooks. Download to your own device using PDFs, HTML, Epub, -Mobipocket & more.
-Public domain recordings of public domain literature. Plays anywhere.
-Solving the problem of geneology and building the definitive online family tree.
-In-Library only for Geni Pro
If you have any questions or comments regarding our online catalog please call 875 -2550 or visit the Gilman Library, 100 Main Street, Alton. ENJOY!
3/4/2013 - 2013 Warrant Articles, MS-7 and Default Budget
Click to view:
2013 Warrant Articles
2013 Default Budget
2/28/2013 - 2012 Town Report
Click here to view the complete 2012 Town Report (22MB)
2/8/2013 - Proposed Zoning Amendments and Ballot
2013 Proposed Zoning Amendments
2013 Ballot Zoning Amendments
2/7/2013 - 2013 Town Filings
2013 Town Filings
1/8/2013 - Important Election Dates
IMPORTANT 2013 ELECTION DATES
Nov 12, 2012 First day to accept petitions to amend zoning ordinance, historic district ordinance or building code for consideration at March 2013 town meeting
Dec 12, 2012 Last day to accept petitions to amend zoning ordinance, historic district ordinance or building code for consideration at March 2013 town meeting
Jan 8 Last day for 25 or more voters in the town to petition selectmen to include an article in the town meeting warrant.
Jan 22 Supervisors of the Checklist will meet between 7:00 and 7:30 p.m. to accept voter registrations - side entrance to the town hall (Depot Street)
January 23-February 1 Filing period for town and school offices (Feb.1 open until 5:00)
Jan 26 Supervisors of the Checklist will meet between 11:00 and 11:30 a.m. to accept voter registrations - side entrance to town hall (Depot Street)
Feb 2 School Deliberative Session @ 1:00 p.m. in the auditorium at the Prospect Mountain High School (snow date Feb. 4 @ 7:00 p.m.)
Feb 6 Town Deliberative Session @ 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium at the Prospect Mountain High School (snow date Feb 7 @7:00 p.m.)
Mar 1 Last day for Town Clerk to accept voter registrations for Town Election
Mar 2 Supervisors of the Checklist will meet between 11:00 and 11:30 a.m. to accept voter registrations - side entrance to the town hall (Depot Street) No additions or corrections shall be made to the checklist after this session until election day.
March 11 Last day for Town Clerk to accept absentee ballots filed in person - open until 5:00 p.m.
March 12 Town Election Day - voters may register at the polls (7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.)
March 15 Last day for any person for whom a vote was cast to apply to Town Clerk for a recount-open until 5:00 p.m.
March 19 Last day for 10 voters of a town to petition clerk to recount ballots on any question printed on the official ballot-open until 5:00 p.m.
March 22 Last day for candidates for town office to remove political advertising
Nov 11 First day to accept petitions to amend zoning ordinance, historic district ordinance or building code for consideration at March 2014 town meeting
Dec 11 Last day to accept petitions to amend zoning ordinance, historic district ordinance or building code for consideration at March 2014 town meeting
1/4/2013 - AMENDMENTS TO THE ALTON ZONING ORDINANCE
Click here to view the 2013 Amendments to the Alton Zoning Ordinance proposed by the Alton Planning Board for ballot vote at the 2013 town meeting.
10/22/2012 - Members Needed For ZBA & Planning Boards
ALTERNATE MEMBERS NEEDED FOR LAND USE BOARDS
Alternate members are needed for both the Planning Board and the Zoning Board of Adjustment. Alternate members stand in to replace a regular member when appointed by the Chair. The availability of alternate members allows a fuller contingent of board members to consider applications before the board when regular members are absent. Serving as an alternate member allows a person to gain experience with the board and evaluate whether they might like to run for election in the future to become a regular board member. If you are interested in becoming an alternate board member please contact the Planning Department at 875-2162.
5/16/2012 - C & D Disposal Rules
Click here to view the C & D Disposal Rules (effective June 8th, 2012)
10/11/2011 - Wireless Internet at the Library
WIRELESS INTERNET NOW AVAILABLE AT THE GILMAN LIBRARY
Join the Gilman Library in welcoming in the 21st Century (better late than never) with the addition of WIFI to our ever growing list of services. Patrons can now access our wireless network with their own wireless devices free of charge. Bring your own computer and enjoy the convenience of working with your own systems while enjoying the quiet, friendly and climate controlled atmosphere of our library.
The Gilman library works hard to be responsive to our patrons needs and we know that wireless access has been on your wish list for some time. We are proud and pleased to be able to offer this service at this time. Drop in soon to experience the full range of offerings at the Gilman Library.
10/11/2011 - Story Time at the Library
Story Time is here again.
Join storytellers and listeners here at the Gilman Library, 100 Main Street, Alton . Anyone is welcome to attend. Story Times are scheduled for the following days:
Wednesdays at 9:15 AM
Thursdays at 1: 45 PM
Fridays at 9:15 AM
We wish to thank our volunteer readers who have and are taking time from their busy schedules to share a story with our young listeners. In addition, we would like to encourage parents and caregivers to visit the Gilman Library and be sure to check out the Story Time Bulletin Board and determine which Story Times they might like to attend. For more information regarding the Story Time schedule and how you can take part in the fun through listening or sharing a story please call 875-2550 or stop by the circulation desk. New readers and listeners are always welcome.
8/23/2011 - Town Maps Now Online!
Click here to view the town maps.
4/1/2011 - Extended Office Hours
Announcement from the Alton Board of Selectmen
In an effort to better serve the residents of Alton, the Board of Selectmen has decided to extend office hours at the Town Hall two evenings a month. (The first and last Thursday of each month) effective April 1, 2011 unless there is a holiday.
4/30/2009 - Stay Heathly Tips Poster
Stay Healthy Tips Poster from the NH Department of Health and Human Services