The state motor vehicle system upgrade will not be taking place as planned.  Therefore, the system will be up and running again at the DMV and Town Offices on Tuesday, February 21st, regular hours (Monday is a holiday).  The DMV will let us know when the upgrade has been rescheduled.

The Board of Selectmen have revised the Parking Regulations for Time Limit Parking along Main St.
1-Hour parking will be enforced 9:00AM-6:00PM daily, 7 days a week, for the following:
4 spaces between #35 thru #41 Main St.
2 spaces in front of #65 Main St.


The School District Meeting will be held on Saturday, March 11, 2017, in the Wilton-Lyndeborough Co-op gymnasium at 9:00 a.m.


                        TO BE VOTED ON AT THE  
             MARCH 14th, 2017, TOWN ELECTIONS  

Position                                                          Candidate

Selectman - 3 yr (1 position)                          Kermit Williams *

Selectman - 2 yr (1 position)                          Kellie-Sue Boissonault

Town Clerk - 3 yr (1 position)                         Jane K. Farrell *

Treasurer - 1 yr (1 position)                           Vacant

Trustee of Trust Funds - 3 yr (1 position)      David D. Miller *

Trustee of Trust Funds - 2 yr (1 position)      Virginia A. Day *

Planning Board - 3 yr (2 positions)                Jeffrey A. Kandt *

Water Commission - 3 yr (1 position)           Thomas C. Schultz

Sewer Commission - 3 yr (1 position)          Michael S. Gerry
                                                                       Tim G. Mortvedt

Cemetery Trustee - 3 yr (1 position)             Vacant

Library Trustee - 3 yr (1 position)                  Lynne R. Stone


*  Incumbent




Town elections will be held on Tuesday, March 14, 2017, in the Town Hall Courtroom from 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

(Click here for modified Town Office hours for March 13-17)



Town Meeeting will be held Thursday, March 16, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. at Florence Rideout Elementary School.



Good Advice from Our Insurance Carrier

 With the recent stretch of very cold weather we have had several reports of frozen pipes bursting and causing extensive water damage.

Here are a few reminders:

• Keep building temperatures as consistent as possible, never less than 55 degrees Fahrenheit.

• Insulate areas where water supply lines are located and eliminate drafts.

• If you have water pipes in basements, crawl spaces, or outside walls, insulate the pipes, using pipe-sleeves or other insulating material.

• Allow warm air to circulate by opening up doors to closets and cabinets where pipe chases are located.

• On at least a daily basis, all areas of the building should be monitored for open windows, heating failures and water leaks. This especially includes nights, weekends, and school breaks.

• Know how to shut off the water supply.

If you suspect that a pipe is particularly susceptible to freezing, as an emergency measure, leave water running at a trickle to prevent freezing. This is never recommended as a permanent measure and should be monitored frequently.

Have a plan in place for responding to water leaks and heating failures. You should have a plan for safely thawing any pipe you believe to be frozen; however, if you are unsure, call a professional. Never use torches or devices with open flames to thaw frozen pipes.