BOARD OF SELECTMEN: Monday, April 28. 2014, 5:30pm.
***PLEASE NOTE THERE WILL NOT BE A BOARD OF SELECTMEN'S MEETING ON APRIL 21, 2014**
Planning Board: Wed., April 30, 2014, 6:00pm AGENDA.
Zoning Board: May 21, 2014 at 6:00 pm
Notice to Lincoln Residents
Public Works Street Sweeping Operations will begin on Sunday, April 28, 2014.
We will be removing SAND ONLY from town streets and roads. Please do not mix leaves, branches, brush or other debris with the sand, as we are unable to pick up these items.
Public Works Director
Friendly Reminder...Dog Licenses are due by April 30, 2014.
The dog licensing year runs from May 1st to April 30th and according to RSA 466:1 the license is effective for that time period regardless of when it is obtained.
$6.50 for each spayed or neutered dog. (Will need certification of alteration.)
$9.00 for each dog that has not been spayed or neutered.
$2.00 for dog owners 65 or over for the first dog, but the regular fee shall apply to any additional dog.
No fee shall be required for the registration/licensing of a seeing-eye dog used by a blind person, or a hearing dog used by a deaf person.
An additional $1.00 may be charged for each month or any part of a month that the license fee remains unpaid after May 30th.
Susan Whitman, Town Clerk
Lincoln, New Hampshire 03251
LIN-WOOD FRIENDS OF RECREATION
ANNUAL MEMORIAL DAY YARD SALE
SATURDAY, MAY 24, 2014 9:00am to 4:00 pm
At Lin-Wood School Front Field (Rain date: Sunday, May 25, 2014 9am-4pm)
WANTED: YARD SALE DONATIONS...you can help the Friends of Rec. by letting us help you. We will pick up items in good condition that you no longer use. Call today to arrange for a pick-up, or to deliver donated items to the Kanc. Rec Area.
Spaces are available for rent at $20 each (you supply table)...Application for space
Lincoln's 250th Anniversary Quilting Project
We are looking for townspeople who are willing to design and make a quilt square of 12 inches, with the theme of the town's growth over the past two and a half centuries. this should be from it's beginning in 1764 to present day. Any type of activity; businiess, churches, schools, government, industries, and nature. These squares will be sewn together chronologically into a queen size quilt to be donated to the Town's Historical Society and displayed in the town. Each square should be signed and dated by the designer. For anyone who needs help to decide what to use for their square, do not hesitate to ask your parents, grandparents, or members of the town as well as going to the Library, or museum in the town. If you need help with the quilting area, you may let the librarian know and she will contact someone who can help you with that. Contact: Carol Riley, Lincoln Public Library
(603) 745-8159 email: firstname.lastname@example.org