City Briefly 9/15/15
Sep15

City Briefly 9/15/15

Each week, City Manager Tom Aspell spends hours upon hours researching old buildings in the city only to realize there’s no end to the information. So he eventually gives up and decides to spell out his weekly city memo with cut up letters from his research notes. Helping others Stuff to make school cool Concord Human Services would like to thank the VFW Ladies Auxiliary, Post 1631, for once again providing backpacks filled with...

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City Briefly
Sep01

City Briefly

Each week, City Manager Tom Aspell rushes out to get the latest and greatest school supplies to ensure he’s ready for yet another school year. But before using his pens and notebooks for actual school work, he practices his penmanship on the city memo. Get filing The elections are coming The city’s next municipal election will be held Tuesday, Nov. 3.  Those wishing to file for municipal office may do so at the City Clerk’s Office...

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City Briefly

Each week, City Manager Tom Aspell tries desperately to drive his car over the border into the town of Bow but is met with an unexplainable force that keeps him inside the Concord city limits. So, instead, he pulls over at the invisible town line and fawningly stares at the Welcome to Bow sign while jotting down his weekly city memo. We give it an A More sidewalk work Sidewalks and curbs will be the major focus of this week’s work on...

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City Briefly

Each week, City Manager Tom Aspell locks himself in his office and weeps openly while penning a loving farewell letter to Keith. The tears end up making all the ink run, though, so he just sends him a city memo instead. Keith was nice enough to reprint it here. Log in Bridge stuff happening Last week’s construction activities at the Sewalls Falls Bridge included clearing of land within the project limits and the installation of...

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City briefly

Each week, City Manager Tom Aspell does a million bicep curls to sculpt himself up. That’s a lot of work, though, so he just paper maches himself instead to become a city memo sculpture. Here it is, in two-dimensional format! Is Indiana Jones coming? Archaeologists dig the city Much of this week’s work on the Main Street construction project will be happening around the State House Plaza, Aspell writes. Yesterday, a team of...

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City Briefly

Each week, City Manager Tom Aspell celebrates the birthday of the city memo by jamming 250 candles into it and lighting them all. He’s so winded from blowing them out that he passes out, but thankfully he mumbles the new memo in his stupor. Here it is! Are you ready for some . . .  Bleachers? We hope so The Doane Diamond press box at Memorial Field was completely renovated last spring, and now Concord General Services’ Public...

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