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Nottingham voters consider water rights, invasive plants
Residents will elect officials and vote on six amendments to the zoning ordinances in ballot voting at Nottingham School today from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. The remaining issues will be decided at the annual town meeting on Saturday at 9 a.m. at the school.
Highlighted warrant articles:
-- Article 8 would appropriate $3,365,449 for the operating budget. It would be $3,645 more than last year's budget of $3,361,804.
-- Article 23 asks residents to direct the town to delay payment of back taxes for the USA Springs property in town for three years after 155 First N.H. Toll Road LLC takes possession of the land. In exchange, 155 First N.H. Toll Road LLC will pay the interest and the back taxes within three years, according to the petitioned warrant article.
-- If approved, Article 20, proposed by the Pawtuckaway Lake Improvement Association, would appropriate $4,000 to conduct courtesy inspections at the state boat launch, the Fundy Boat Ramp and the boat ramps in Pawtuckaway State Park to remove exotic invasive plants and to educate the public.
-- Article 21 would appropriate $5,000 to establish the Tri-Centennial Fund to offset the cost of the town's 300th birthday celebration in 2022.
-- If approved, Article 10 would appropriate $195,000 for engineering and construction of a bridge into the town's gravel pit and reconstructing roads, if needed.
For more information, go to nottingham-nh.gov.
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