Watch out . . .
While the rest of you were crying over recent sports upsets (and no, we’re not talking about Franklin beating Sanborn in the Class M softball final – so predictable!) City Manager Tom Aspell was penning his weekly memo.
There’s no crying in city hall.
There are belly-flops, though. Concord’s seven public swimming pools opened this weekend.
Here’s what you need to know: All Concord and Penacook adult residents must bring a photo ID each time they visit the pools this season. Your ID must have your address on it. No address, no pool. Got it?
Not a townie? Non-Concordians may purchase a family pool pass for $110 at the recreation office.
For more information, call 225-8690.
Looking for tax relief?
Tom took a break from playing Marco Polo to let us know that the application deadline for New Hampshire’s low and moderate income homeowner’s property tax relief program is approaching.
You can find applications at nh.gov/revenue or by taking a trip to the assessing office.
According to the memo, property owners who owned their homes on April 1, 2009, may apply to the state for relief of a portion of the state education property tax.
To apply, you must be a single person whose household income was $20,000 or less in 2009 or a married couple/head of the household with a total household income of $40,000 or less in 2009.
Completed forms must be postmarked no later than June 30, warned Tom.
For more information, call 271-2191.
No surprise here
Road work continues
A memo from Tom wouldn’t be complete with out letting you know what streets to avoid.
This week, improvements continue on North State State between Knight and Lake streets. If you must travel this way, expect one-lane traffic and minor delays.
“We thank the public for its continued patience during this project,” Tom wrote.