Thornton, NH News & Notices

Public Notices and News:

NEWS:

        

Selectman, Roy Sabourn and Selectwoman, Marianne Peabody presented Dennis Day with a dedication plaque on March 8, 2017 during the Zoning Board meeting for his dedicated service to the Town of Thornton on both the Zoning Board of Adjustment and the Planning Board.

Dennis has been a valued member of the Zoning Board of Adjustment for the Town for twenty-nine years.  He has also worked with the Planning Board for one and a half years.  Dennis has been a vital member of the Zoning Board and has served his town well for nearly three decades.

Dedication

Award

DENNIS J. DAY

Your Hard Work, Loyalty

and Dedication

as a

Zoning & Planning Board Member

for the TOWN OF THORNTON, NH

is deeply appreciated

 

NOTICES:

3/2/2017 - TOWN REPORTS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE TOWN OFFICE DURING REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS.

 

                  EMPLOYMENT & VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES:

REQUEST FOR APPOINTED COMMITTEE MEMBERS: The Board of Selectmen are looking for residents of the Town of Thornton to serve on the following committees and boards

  • CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS COMMITTEE (CIP) ~ 2 positions available
  • CONSERVATION COMMISSION ~ 3 positions available

Please contact the Administrative Assistant at the Town Office at 726-8168 if you are interested in being appointed to any of these volunteer positions.

 

 

PART-TIME BOARD ASSISTANT: The Town of Thornton is seeking a candidate for an immediate opening for one (1)  part-time position of Board Assistant. The applicant will be responsible for performing clerical, legal and administrative work for the Town Administrator, Board of Selectmen, Planning and Zoning Boards.  This part-time position budgeted to work 8-14 hours a week. The position is labor grade 4 with an hourly pay range from $12.95/hr. to $15.02/hr. This position will remain open until filled by a qualified individual.

                        Application reviews will be completed upon receipt.

                                         Applications must be submitted to:

Board of Selectmen

ATTN: Part-Time Board Assistant

16 Merrill Access Road

Thornton, NH  03285

Application and job description packet

 

2017 Observed Holidays - Office Closed

New Year’s Day (observed)

Monday

January 2, 2017

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Monday

January 16, 2017

President’s Day

Monday

February 20, 2017

Town Election Day (Town Clerk office only)

Tuesday

March 14, 2017

Memorial Day, (observed)

Monday

May 29, 2017

Independence Day

Tuesday

July 4, 2017

Labor Day

Monday

September 4, 2017

Columbus Day (observed)

Monday

October 9, 2017

Veterans’ Day (observed)

Friday

November 10, 2017

Day before Thanksgiving @12noon

Wednesday

November 22, 2017

Thanksgiving Day

Thursday

November 23, 2017

Day after Thanksgiving

Friday

November 24, 2017

Christmas Eve (observed @12noon)

Friday

December 22, 2017

Christmas Day

Monday

December 25, 2017

New Year’s Day

Monday

January 1, 2018

 

TAX MAPS & ZONIG MAPS ARE NOW AVAILABLE     ON-LINE

The Town of Thornton tax maps and zonIng maps are now available on the Town website at www.townofthornton.org in the right side bar of the home page under          ON-LINE SERVICES.

 You can now view and print these pdf files from the convenience of your own on-line devices at no cost to you.

 

 PRESS RELEASE FROM NH DMV

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Larry Crowe, DMV PIO

O: (603) 227-4051

 

PRESS RELEASE

 

DMV WILL BEGIN OFFERING REAL ID COMPLIANT CARDS IN JANUARY 2017

 

CONCORD, N.H. – The New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will begin offering REAL ID compliant driver licenses and non-driver identification cards on January 3, 2017. New Hampshire citizens are not required to obtain a REAL ID compliant driver license or non-driver identification card and will need to opt-in if they choose to participate.

 

For those who currently hold a valid New Hampshire driver license or a non-driver identification card, there is no need to immediately replace it. Current valid New Hampshire driver licenses and non-driver identification cards, whether REAL ID compliant or not, will continue to be accepted for federal identification purposes until October 1, 2020.

 

“We are happy to add the REAL ID compliant credential as an offering to our customers,” DMV Director Elizabeth Bielecki said. “Since all current licenses and non-driver IDs will still be accepted by airport security and for entrance into federal buildings until 2020, we want to be sure that those who can wait until their regular renewal do so to avoid creating longer than usual wait times at our DMV locations.”

 

In order to obtain a REAL ID driver license or non-driver identification card, customers must apply in person at any DMV location. Documents to prove identity and residency must be provided at the time of application. The most commonly used documents to prove identity include a social security card and either a certified copy of a birth certificate or an unexpired passport. Proof of residency, such as a valid, unexpired New Hampshire driver license or non-driver ID, utility bill or property tax bill, will also be required. A complete list of acceptable documents and additional information on REAL ID can be found on the DMV website at NH.GOV/DMV

 

                           ANNUAL TOWN REPORTS

The Town and School annual reports can be viewed by going to the DOCUMENTS LIBRARY from the Home Page of our website.

                                

                 TRANSFER STATION INFORMATION

Click here for Contact Information, Hours of Operation and information on the Thornton Mall.  Click here for information on Recycling and the Fee Schedule.

 

2014 Revaluation:

The 2014 Revaluation is complete. New property assessments are available as a PDF file here. [17.2 MB -- Large file: right-click to download]

 

NH DES Land Resources Management Permit Changes:

In an effort to provide a higher quality, more streamlined permitting process for the regulated public, most Land resources Management Programs (Alteration of Terrain Bureau, Subsurface Systems Bureau, Wetlands Bureau and the Shoreland Program) have updated their permit application forms.   All current application forms are available at their respective DES web pages and have a revision date of 01/01/2012 located within the footnote.

As of April 1, 2012, the Land Resources Management Programs will no longer be accepting outdated permit application forms. Going forward, all LRMP application forms will be simultaneously updated every 6 months. The next round of revisions is scheduled to occur on July 1, 2012. Land Resources Management, a subsection of the Water Division, coordinates communication and resources across those bureaus and programs that regulate land development projects that may impact state aquatic resources.

For more information, please visit the NH DES Land Resources Management web page at: http://des.nh.gov/organization/divisions/water/lrm/index.htm.

 

NORTHERN PASS INFORMATION

The Northern Pass Project Team

Northern Pass Transmission LLC

PO Box 330

780 North Commercial Street

Manchester, NH 03101

info@northernpass.us

www.northernpass.us

1-800-286-7305

 

THORNTON SPECIFIC INFORMATION:

http://www.northernpass.us/thornton-nh.htm

 

Society for the Protection of NH Forests

54 Portsmouth Street

Concord, NH 03301

info@forestsociety.org

www.forestsociety.org

603-224-9945

 

NH Department of Environmental Services

PO Box 95

29 Hazen Drive
Concord, NH 03302-0095

www.des.nh.gov

(603) 271-3503

 

New Hampshire Site Evaluation Committee
21 South Fruit Street - Suite 10    
Concord, NH 03301
(603) 271-2435

http://www.nhsec.nh.gov/projects/2021.htm

Comments may be addressed to

SEC Administrator, Pamela Monroe

pamela.monroe@sec.nh.gov

 

Bury the Northern Pass

http://burynorthernpass.blogspot.com/