Planning Board seeks alternate members

The Planning Board is seeking alternate members. This board is responsible for maintaining and updating the town’s Zoning, Subdivision, Site Plan, Master Plan and other associated documents.  Another responsibility is hearing land owners’ development plans and ensuring that they meet the ordinances and regulations.

If you are interested, send email to the Board of Selectmen’s office at selectmen@masonnh.us or the Planning Board at planningboard@masonnh.us.

LEGO exhibit at Mason Public Library now through Aug. 29

LEGO fans, come to Mason Public Library in August, and explore the 10,000 LEGO pieces as part of the Summer Reading Program “Build a Better World”™. Children can come to the library and construct LEGO creations. There will be larger LEGO Duplo blocks in the Picture Book Room for younger children to use.

The LEGO exhibit is available through Aug. 29.

Contact Mason Public Library for more information.

Town Clerk & Board of Selectmen’s office hours on Tuesday

On Tuesday, the Town Clerk and Board of Selectmen’s offices will be closed during the funeral services for George Schwenk, which begin at 11 a.m. If you plan to visit one of these offices in person on Tuesday, you may call first to verify that someone is there to help you:

  • Town Clerk: 878-3768
  • Board of Selectmen: 878-2070

Mr. Schwenk and his wife Catherine have made substantial contributions to the Town of Mason. To read more about Mr. Schwenk, you can view his obituary online: http://www.andersonfuneral.com/george-gerhart-schwenk-mason-nh/obituaries/14776/

Board of Selectmen’s office hours on Tuesday

On Tuesday, the Board of Selectmen’s office will be closed during the funeral services for George Schwenk, which begin at 11 a.m. If you plan to visit the Selectmen’s office in person on Tuesday, you may call first (878-2070) to verify that someone is there to help you.

Mr. Schwenk and his wife Catherine have made substantial contributions to the Town of Mason. To read more about Mr. Schwenk, you can view his obituary online: http://www.andersonfuneral.com/george-gerhart-schwenk-mason-nh/obituaries/14776/

Grades 6-8 summer reading titles available at Mason Public Library

Mason Public Library has extra copies of summer reading books for students in grades 6, 7, and 8.

For students entering grade 6, the library has all titles available. Note that students entering Grade 6 cannot borrow books from Wadleigh Memorial Library in Milford until they get ID cards from Milford Middle School in September.

For students entering grades 7 and 8, the library has many titles available now. Students in these grades can also borrow titles from Wadleigh Memorial Library using the library cards that were issued last fall and are valid through September.

Contact Mason Public Library for more information.

Noon Book Group to meet on Sept. 12

In September, the Noon Book Group will reconvene after the summer hiatus to discuss “The Life We Bury” by Allen Eskens. Extra copies are available at the library. The Noon Book Group meeting is on Tuesday, Sept. 12, from noon to 1 p.m.

The Noon Book Group meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 12 p.m. in the common room at the Mann House. For more information, call the Mason Public Library at 878-3867 or send email to masonlib@myfairpoint.net.