Political Candidates: Where and How to Place Political Signs in Milford

Its election season (Primary Day is Tuesday, September 9th and Election Voting is Tuesday, November 4th) and as information to all candidates placing political signs, Milford’s Sign Regulations (contained in the Zoning Ordinance) govern this type of sign in accordance with the State of New Hampshire RSA 664:17 Placement and Removal of Political Advertising.

NH RSA 664:17 states:

1.    No political advertising shall be placed on or affixed to any public property;

Water Main Replacement

The Town of Milford Water Utilities Department will begin replacing the water main on Olive and Linden Streets the week of August 18 and continue approximately three weeks.  These streets will be closed to through traffic during construction.  Access for local residents will be maintained to the best of our abilities.

Questions?  Please call 249-0661, Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

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August 19th Planning Board Public Hearings

In accordance with NH RSA 675:6, the Milford Planning Board will hold a Public Hearing on or about 6:30pm in the Board of Selectmen’s meeting room at the Town Hall for the following: - Proposed 2014 Update and Recommendations to the BROX Property Community Land Master Plan.  | Proposed revisions and amendments to the Milford Gravel and Earth Removal Regulations.  | Hardcopies of these documents are available for viewing in the Office of Community Development at 1 Union Square from the hours of 8AM-4:30PM.

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McLane and Goldman Dams Public Information Meeting

The Town of Milford will hold a public information meeting on September 10, 2014 at 6:30 pm in the Milford Town Hall auditorium at One Union Square in Milford, NH to discuss a Draft Feasibility Report that evaluates the potential removal of the McLane and Goldman Dams on the Souhegan River in Milford, NH.  This meeting will also serve as an opportunity to identify consulting parties and provide public information on the historic evaluation conducted in accordance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966.  Paper copies of the Draft Report are available for

Milford Pedestrian, Bicycle, Trail & Recreation Connectivity Plan- 30 Day Comment Period

The goal of the Milford Connectivity Plan is to develop a town wide pedestrian, bicycle, trail and recreation connectivity plan that will serve as a guide for the prioritization and implementation of future pedestrian and bicycle paths around town. In support of the Planning Boards continued efforts on housing options, the connectivity plan was developed to serve as a reference for the Town of Milford’s regulating boards and commissions to support long range planning efforts.

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