DMV in Milford

To the Townspeople of Milford, NH: 
I am writing to bring to your attention to two agenda items from the most recent Governor and Executive Council meeting (November 8, 2017) about which you will want to be informed. The items are as follows: 
  
DEPARTMENT OF SAFETY 

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Ponemah Hill Road (In Amherst)

On Monday November 13, 2017 the road will be closed to traffic between Hollis Road (Route 122) and Farmington. This closure is necessary while Continental removes and replaces base gravel materials. All traffic will need to detour around the block through Milford as was done during bridge construction. Thank you in advance for dealing with this inconvenience and please share this information with your friends and neighbors. 
If you have any questions or concerns please call Bruce W. Berry, Director Amherst Department of Public Works at 673-2317- Ext 204

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Sale of Town Owned Land

On Monday, September 25, 2017 the Milford Board of Selectmen in accordance with NH RSA 41:14-a voted to sell town owned land located at 124 Prospect Street, Milford, NH 03055. The 0.27 acre property is depicted as Map ID: 35-31 and has an assessed value of $4,800. The lot was formerly used for a water storage tank that has been removed.

The town will accept sealed bids for this property. Envelope must be properly marked as “Sealed Bid”. Bids must be submitted in person or via USPS mail and shall be addressed to:

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Target shooting on Town Community Lands "BROX" is prohibited

No person shall target shoot with a firearm on the town owned property known as The Town Community Lands "BROX".

If a person is reported to be target shooting on posted town property they could receive a warning from the police. If the same person is reported to be target shooting a second time on the posted town property, they could receive a trespass notice, which notifies the individual that they are no longer allowed on the property. Should a third time occur, the person could be arrested and charged with Criminal Trespassing.

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Aggressive Marketing Tactics - Certain Energy Suppliers

Eversource has created a short video on how residents and businesspeople can respond to the ongoing problem of aggressive marketing approaches by certain competitive energy suppliers. 

Some of these marketers are falsely claiming to represent Eversource in an effort to pressure a response or threaten action. Eversource never resorts to this type of communication with our customers. 

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