Volunteers wanted for the Budget Advisory Committee

The Board of Selectmen is looking for volunteers to serve on the Budget Advisory Committee. This committee consists of 3 members who sit in on budget making meetings with the selectmen and offer their input. There is no budget authority or compensation for those volunteering. Time commitment involves an average of 4 meetings on Tuesday evenings during December and early January. Interested residents can contact the Kathy at the BOS office at 878-2070, send email to administration@masonnh.us, or come by in person during open office hours Monday through Thursday 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Mann House.

Part-time plow truck operators wanted

The Town of Mason is currently looking for part-time plow truck operators for this upcoming winter season. CDL-B license required. Plowing experience preferred.

If interested, download an employment application (http://masonnh.us/wp-content/uploads/Application-for-Employment.pdf) or pick one up during open hours at the Board of Selectmen’s office, 16 Darling Hill Rd, Mason. Send the completed application to the Board of Selectmen. For more information, including hours and methods for sending the application, see the Selectmen’s General Information page: http://masonnh.us/town-directory/selectmen/selectmen-general-information/

Property assessor visiting Mason properties over the next few weeks

Jack McCarthy of Granite State Municipal Services started visiting properties in Tax Maps B, C, and D and will continue his work over the next few weeks. He drives a 2011 silver Subaru Forester with NH plates (221-9021) and “Granite State Municipal Services” magnets on the doors. He can provide a letter from the BOS office on request. The Mason PD is also aware that he is working in Mason, and can verify this information.

To view Mason tax maps, go to: http://masonnh.us/town-clerk-tax-collector-tax-maps-911-map/

Property assessor to visit Mason properties over the next few weeks

Mason’s assessor, Todd Haywood, began visiting properties in Tax Maps A and B. He started on Sept. 25, 2017, and will continue over the next few weeks as part of the cyclical property review process. Todd drives a 2014 Black Ford Escape with “Granite State Municipal Services” magnets on the doors, and he can provide a letter from the BOS office on request. The Mason PD is also aware that he is working in Mason, and can verify this information.

To view Mason tax maps, go to: http://masonnh.us/town-clerk-tax-collector-tax-maps-911-map/