After the Labor Day Parade at the VFW

On Labor Day, September 5th, the Town of Milford, N.H. will hold their annual Labor Day parade. This year’s theme is “Education”. The Milford VFW who organizes the parade and raises funds through contributions by the Town, local businesses, organizations and private donations is offering some additional entertainment and a service to the local communities. The parade begins at 1:00 PM at the Milford Area High School, continues to the Oval at the center of town and ends at the VFW Post 4368 located at 1 VFW Way, in Milford.

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Fletcher Paint Works Community - Updated 8-26-2016

General Electric (GE) and their contractor, Maxymillian, have started the excavation and off-site disposal of soils contaminated with polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) at the Mill Street and Elm Street areas of the Fletcher’s Paint Works Site. EPA is committed to completing this cleanup project in a timely manner, but first and foremost, wants to ensure the safety of surrounding residents during the cleanup. Below you will find links to documents regarding the project.

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Volunteers Needed

The Welfare Office is looking for 2 to 3 residents of the Town of Milford who would like to volunteer to be a part of the Social Services Warrant.  The goal of the committee is to evaluate agencies working for our people of Milford who have applied for funding under the town’s Social Services Warrant Article.  We will evaluate each proposal and recommend to the Board of Selectmen the list of agencies, and the amount of their award.

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Playground Safety

With summertime comes increased recreational time for children on outdoor playground equipment. In both public and private parks, as well as personal properties, schools, and other institutions, playground slides have been recorded to reach temperatures exceeding 160 degrees, which is hot enough to cause first, second, and sometimes even threedegree burns, for users.

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South Street Renovation Project

On Wednesday, July 6th, the South Street project contractor will be paving South Street between Clinton Street and the Nashua Street Oval.  Alternating one-way traffic set-ups will be in place for the majority of each of these days.  Traffic will be controlled by flaggers and Milford police details.

Access to your residence/business will be maintained with only brief interruptions as the paving machine and rollers travel past your driveway.

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