Another Successful Roadside Clean Up!
Effingham Conservation Commission (ECC) would like to thank every volunteer and KELF member (Keep Effingham Litter Free) who helped with the Roadside Clean Up on Saturday, April 30. We were especially happy to see some new faces. As of late Saturday afternoon, the transfer station had received 182 bags of litter along with tires, a car bumper, house insulation, mattress and box spring. We expect that this is not the final count, but 182 bags is amazing. It’s hard to imagine what our town would look like if it weren’t for the effort we all made on Saturday and in years past. One more special thanks to those who not only picked up litter, but also took many bags of roadside trash to the transfer station in their pickup trucks. And for this extra effort, ECC is most grateful!
The Board of Selectmen will no longer meet on 4th Tuesdays.
Board of Selectmen Meeting videos online: Online Link
Beginning April 2016 the Zoning Office hours will be Tuesday evening from 5:00 to 6:30
POSTED: Town Meeting Minutes 2016
POSTED: Effingham Town Report 2015
POSTED: Municipal Bridge Structural Assessment Report 12-01-15 (click)
Presented by Chris Fournier at the December 15, 2015 Selectmen’s meeting.
The Annual Town of Effingham Recognition Awards 2015:
Barbara Thompson, Employee of the Year; Neil Eric Potter, Special Citizen of the Year; Sheila Jones, Elected Official of the Year; and below, Jonathan Burbank, Volunteer of the Year.
PUBLIC NOTICE – BRIDGE CLOSURE
The NH DOT inspected/ordered closed the Granite Rd. bridge over the South River.
Granite Road from Province Lake Road (Rt 153) will go through to Chase Mill Road near #50 Granite Road. Also from Clough Road will end at #71 Granite Road. An alternate route is over Nutter Road.
Building Permits Required in the Town of Effingham
If you have any questions as to whether a building project requires a permit, please contact the Zoning Enforcement Officer, Rebecca Boyden, at 539-7147. The permits, Grid and Zoning Ordinance are available online at the Frequent Requests link in the left side bar under “Docs, Forms & Applications”.
To enroll in the NH Dept. Of Safety Community Notification Program, click the link below and fill in the appropriate information to be notified by local emergency response officials in the event of emergency situations or critical community alerts.
Print out the form, complete the information and mail it to the Fire Department.
Effingham profiled in Upstate NH!