Mason Energy Commission to hold its first public meeting on Monday

Mason Energy Commission will have its first public meeting on Monday, May 7th, at 7 p.m. in the Mann House.

The newly established Energy Commission will research municipal energy use and cost, and make such information available to the town on at least an annual basis to encourage cost-savings for the town. The Commission will study, report, and make recommendations to local boards and committees pertaining to municipal energy plans and sustainable practices such as energy conservation, energy efficiency, and energy supply choices.

Mason Energy Commission meets monthly on the 1st Monday, except for December and for NH legal holidays, 7:00 p.m. at the Mann House.

Call for members and alternates to join Mason’s Energy Commission

The Board of Selectmen has approved the formation of an Energy Commission, and is seeking Mason residents who are interested in serving as members or alternates. For more information on the Energy Commission, go to:

To inquire about becoming a member or alternate, contact the Board of Selectmen’s office or send email to