Selectmen host meeting
LYNDEBOROUGH – After their return from visiting the proposed Purgatory Falls parking area and the Putnam Pond boat launch, the Selectmen had a fairly routine evening.
The signs designating Lyndeborough as a Purple Heart Community have been received and will be installed next week.
No bids were received for the 2008 Ford F-550. Other options are being considered.
The emergency generator contract was renewed. There are generators at the school, Citizens’ Hall, fire station and the town garage.
A statistical update will be conducted in 2020. Costs are under discussion.
New bank safety features were approved.
Road Agent Mark Chase will see to having intersections mowed to improve visibility while a contractor is sought for general roadside mowing.
Next week the Clark Pottery historic marker will be placed on the 2nd N.H. Turnpike, near the intersection with Sharpe Road. It is part of an on-going project by the Heritage Commission.
The next meeting of the board is Wednesday, Aug. 14, 6 p.m., at the town office.