Posts Tagged ‘building’

Voters Will Face Maintenance Questions for Spring Hill Farm

CHESTER – This year voters will have the chance to decide whether they want to once again take over regular maintenance of the buildings at Spring Hill Farm. The matter has been making the rounds of selectmen and budget committee meetings in recent weeks but just what the property is, who owns the buildings and […]

Police Station Construction Ready to Move Forward

HAMPSTEAD – Work on the new police station is ready to resume, after the Police Station Building Committee determined that the list of places where savings could be achieved was sufficient to allow construction to continue. The building plans remain unchanged, and the savings areas will go to the full Board of Selectmen for approval. […]

Work on the new Hampstead Police Station was stopped by the town’s Police Building Committee without the Board of Selectmen’s approval.

Work Stopped

Work on the new Hampstead Police Station was stopped by the town’s Police Building Committee without the Board of Selectmen’s approval. The committee said the work shutdown was caused by the weather. Photo by Chris Paul

Police Committee Usurps Selectmen’s Authority in Shutting Down Construction

HAMPSTEAD – A decision by the Police Building Committee to shut down construction for the time being did not sit well with two members of the Board of Selectmen. The board is the authority for making such decisions. Board Chairman Sean Murphy expressed displeasure and surprise that no one from the Police Building Committee was […]

No Progress on Agreement with Sandown Historical Society

SANDOWN – The board of selectmen once again met with the historical society to iron out an agreement for use of the town-owned Train Depot Museum, and once again the two groups made little progress on what both have agreed only needs to be a basic outline of rights and responsibilities. At the selectmen’s Monday, […]