To access the minutes, go to the Selectmen’s Meeting Minutes page: http://masonnh.us/selectmen-meeting-minutes/
To access the agendas, go to the Planning Board’s Meeting Minutes & Agendas page: http://masonnh.us/planning-board-meeting-minutes/
Drug Take Back Day is on Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Mason Police Department (38 Darling Hill Rd.).
All medications accepted. NO questions asked. Call 878-1111 with questions.
Sponsored by Mason’s Police Department and Conservation Commission with Federal DEA.
The Highway Department will be grinding the paved portion of Darling Hill Road on Monday, and possibly Tuesday if necessary. The road will be passable, but motorists should expect delays. Anyone doing business in the town offices can use the parking lots designated for the police department and school.
Paving should follow within a few weeks.
To access the minutes, go to the Zoning Board of Adjustment’s Meeting Minutes & Agendas page: http://masonnh.us/zoning-board-of-adjustment-meeting-minutes-agendas/
Tom Smith’s songs are in turns humorous, touching, thought provoking, and inspiring. Deeply rooted in the old-school folk tradition, his timeless stories are told with a voice that is honest and sincere with melodies that you will remember forever. In the words of noted singer/songwriter Barbara Kessler, “Tom Smith will make you laugh and cry (maybe even in the same song) – a very captivating songwriter and performer.”
Tom grew up in rural Pennsylvania in a family where music was part of the fabric of everyday life. As a young man living at the epicenter of the folk-quake that was Cambridge, MA in the 1960’s, Tom solidified what has become a life-long love of self-made music. Now a folk veteran of over thirty-five years, Tom performs at festivals, coffeehouses, schools, and concerts throughout the Northeastern United States to audiences large and small, young and old. Tom’s monthly folk music blog, “The Kitchen Musician” can be viewed at TomSmithMusic.com.
About us: It is our goal to create a wholesome relaxing atmosphere for people to gather, listen and perform music, poetry and the spoken word. Our stage is set for you to perform in front of a supportive audience. A $5 donation is suggested (students may bring 2 cans of food as their donation, to help support the local St. Vincent De Paul food pantry).
Snacks: Coffee, tea, water, soda, and juices are available, as well as popcorn and a variety of yummy baked goods from our kitchen. As always, there is no charge for snacks.
How it works: Doors open at 6:30 pm and all are welcome to sit, relax, meet and mingle. Performers (music, poetry, spoken word) are encouraged to sign up for one of the 15-minute slots. Sign-up is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Performances start at 7:00.
Feature performer: Each month we schedule a feature performer that is given a 30- 40 minute time slot at about 8:00 pm. Check out our Calendar to see who will be featured at our coffeehouse in the coming months.
Equipment: We have a PA and four microphones that are available. We also have available the very loved and in tune upright grand piano named, “Rose”. If you are a piano player you will love the warmth that Rose has to offer.
Dates: Third Saturday of the month, except for our summer break (July and August) and the month of December.
For more information, contact Steve at 603-801-7430. The Living Room Coffee House is at Mason Congregational Church, 33 Valley Rd., Mason, NH.
Mason Roadside Cleanup is anytime from mid-April through mid-May. Choose the time that works for you.
Charlie Lanni of the Mason Conservation Commission is coordinating. The big blue bags are available at Charlie’s Auto, 575 Jackson Road, right outside the front of the garage. You can call Charlie at the shop 878-3637 to let him know where and when you can do your part of the cleanup.
When you’re done, you can leave the blue bags by the roadside for Mason’s Highway Crew to collect, or bring them to the dumpster at Mason Highway Department.
Many thanks to all who help, and especially to A-1 Towing for generously making the dumpster available for free!
This week Kristopher Fowler of Granite State Municipal Services will be in Mason visiting 34 properties for accuracy of data. (Affected property owners received a yellow postcard in the mail.) Kris drives a white Chevy Trax with NH plates (T-52) and “Granite State Municipal Services” magnets on the doors. The Mason Police Department is aware that he is working in Mason, and can verify this information.
The Mason Highway Department has a dumpster that residents can use to dispose of the trash they collect during road cleanup. Large items and tires should be left beside the dumpster.
The Highway Department is located on Depot Road, and the dumpster is near the gas pump.
Thank you to the volunteers who join the effort to clean up our roads.