Local Government

Sand Dam Commission Formed

From the Issue: 
June 2010
In March, the Town voted to support the formation of a Sand Dam Commission to oversee re-development there, creation of a site plan, and funding of a new playground.  So there is a lot of work to be done in preparation for the changes envisioned.  The committee is beginning to gather public opinion on the projects in order to move forward.  We hope that a wide range of people from the community, including YOU, will participate in helping us to plan a park that will suit all of our needs.

Members of the committee include Committee Chair- Douglas Lyman, Vice Chair- Lisa Steadman, Secretary- Tricia Tucker, Grant Writer- Valerie Britton, Mikel Steadman, and Dennis Pratt.  Each commission member has volunteered and been assigned specific responsibilities and roles.  The members are utilizing their specific attributes and skill-sets to best assist the Commission in its primary goal, to make Sand Dam the best it can be.

We will publish our mission statement and progress in the next issue of the TROY TOWN NEWS, so stay tuned and thanks in advance for your participation!


From the Issue: 
May 2010
Effective immediately the hours that Town Hall will be open have changed to provide better service and become more energy/cost efficient.

The Clerk/Tax Collector’s office will now be open earlier in the morning and still remain open until 7:00 PM on Thursdays. The new hours are:

  Monday      8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
  Tuesday     7:00 AM to 4:30 PM
  Wednesday   8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
  Thursday   12:30 PM to 7:00 PM
  Closed Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

The Office of the Select Board will now be open:

  Monday      7:30 AM to 5:00 PM
  Tuesday     7:30 AM to 5:00 PM
  Wednesday   7:30 AM to 5:00 PM
  Thursday    7:30 PM to 7:00 pm
  Closed Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.  Both offices are closed from 12:30 to 1:30 PM for lunch.


From the Issue: 
May 2010
If you have not licensed your dog(s) yet, you are past the due date!!!!  All dogs must be licensed by April 30th every year per RSA466.13.  All dogs not licensed by June 1st will be fined a $1.00 per month late fee and be at risk for a $25.00 civil forfeiture fee from the Police Department.  Please come in and license your dog(s) to avoid paying additional fees.  The fees are as follows:  spayed/neutered and puppies $6.50 not spayed/neutered $9.00  Seniors $2.00 first dog.


From the Issue: 
April 2010
I would like to take this opportunity to thank those voters who supported me in our recent town election.  As your newest Selectman,  I look forward to serving the needs of our community.  Please feel free to voice your concerns by contacting me with questions or comments.  Again, thank you for your support.
Mike Cummings


From the Issue: 
April 2010
Thanks to everyone who came out and voted at the polls on March 9th.  I would like to especially thank everyone who supported my run for reelection again.  I really appreciated talking to everyone and getting to know the great people who work and volunteer in town.  Best of luck to the new Selectman and the Board in 2010 and beyond.
Aaron Patt


From the Issue: 
April 2010
The Recreation Committee is planning a Sand Dam cleanup day on Saturday April 17 from 9 AM until the work winds down.  Tasks will include raking, trimming, painting, sanding, sweeping, pounding loose nails, picking up trash, repairing fences, installing trash receptacles, cleaning bathrooms, and many other exciting chores!  We welcome everyone to attend.  We will supply as many tools and materials as possible, and encourage you to bring your own yard tools if you have reason to suspect there will not be enough.

As you may know, the town voted to support the formation of a Sand Dam Commission, creation of a site plan, and funding of a new playground, so there is a lot of work to be done in preparation for the changes.  The committee has begun a site plan and supplier selection for the equipment.  In addition, we are trying to identify local talent to assist in the project.  If you have a desire to share your skills in landscaping, carpentry, metal work, painting, or demolition, or can help us obtain materials at a reduced cost, please contact us.  Lisa.Steadman@LibertyMutual.com, or (603) 242-6070.


From the Issue: 
April 2010
Jobs have been a big focus for the Legislature this year.  We know that adding jobs is critical to our state’s economic recovery so I’m pleased to report that the Senate passed a bill to implement a new jobs initiative.  It is known as “New Hampshire Working”-- three-pronged approach to preserving and promoting new jobs.  First, it will allow existing businesses to scale back their operations without laying off workers.  Companies and their workers could agree to reduced hours in place of layoffs and the state would make up part of the lost wages through unemployment benefits.  This will reduce demand on the unemployment fund, allow employers to keep their best people and enable workers to maintain benefits such as health insurance.


From the Issue: 
March 2010
Yes. Town meeting time is here.
Make plans now to vote at Troy Elementary-School 10 AM - 7 PM on Tuesday. March 9. The slate of candidates for positions to be filled is as follows:
Selectman 3 years:
.................Robert "Mike" Cummings
    Aaron K. Patt
Selectman 1 year:
 .................Thomas A. Walsh
Treasurer 3 years:
.................Janet L. McCullough
Trustee of Trust Funds 3 years:
     Normand Dion
Trustee of Trust Funds 1 year :
.................Donald Upton:
Moderator 2 years:
.................Tom Britton
Supervisor of the Checklist 6 years:
.................Sandra L. Goodwin
Welfare Administrator 1 year:
.................Cynthia N. Satas
Cemetery Trustee 3 years:
.................Ralph Heald
.................Frank Obuchowski
Cemetery Trustee 2 years:
.................Scott Meader
 .................Cynthia N. Satas
1st Deputy Fire Chief  3 years:
..................Robert Hebert
Water/Sewer Commissioner 5 years:
.................Bert W. Lang
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