Goffstown selectmen set goals, Georgantas sworn in
Newly elected Peter Georgantas was sworn in by Chairman Collis Adams at the board's March 17 meeting. Georgantas takes the seat vacated by former Selectman Phil D'Avanza, who was elected to the Planning Board this year.
The board revisited its 2013 goals and listed some new goals for 2014, including developing a survey to determine why the $4.5 million fire station improvement bond did not pass voter approval on March 11.
Fire Chief Richard O'Brien said the department will continue to pursue incremental improvements through funding opportunities and energy-efficiency program grants.
Campasano said the board should also design a plan for all town facilities, starting with various department heads presenting their wish lists for expansion projects, estimated costs and timelines to selectmen.
"Then we can lay it out to the citizens and taxpayers saying here's our long-term needs for our community," said Adams.
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