The hunkettes issue

Dec 28, 2010
12:00 AM

Holiday schedule

Christmas may be over, but fortunately for us, City Manager Tom Aspell is the gift that keeps on giving the whole year through. Here are the highlights from this week's memo. Trash & Recycling Looking to toss out those empty nog jugs? Trash and recycling collection will occur as normally scheduled on Friday, Dec. 31. However, the Transfer Station will be closed on Jan. 1. ice skating donations Keep up those rinks Want to help future Stojkos and Yamaguchis practice their triple Salchows and figure eights this winter? You could donate some money for rink maintenance.…

Dec 28, 2010
12:00 AM
City Briefly

Holiday schedule

Looking to toss out those empty nog jugs? Trash and recycling collection will occur as normally scheduled on Friday, Dec. 31. However, the Transfer Station will be closed on Jan. 1.

Dec 28, 2010
12:00 AM
City Briefly

Keep up those rinks

Want to help future Stojkos and Yamaguchis practice their triple Salchows and figure eights this winter? You could donate some money for rink maintenance. The city is looking to raise $4,500 this winter to offset budget cuts, Aspell writes. So far, donations total $2,400, so there's still a ways to go. For more information, visit concordnh.gov/recreation or go to the recreation office at White Park.

Dec 28, 2010
12:00 AM
City Briefly

Broad Cove Drive

Residents of Broad Cove Drive can feel free to shake their fists at the city manager next week. Their road will be closed for culvert maintenance from Dec. 28 at 7 a.m. until Dec. 29 at 5 p.m. Oh well, at least they get a new culvert out of it!

Dec 28, 2010
12:00 AM
City Briefly

Snow rules to follow

Aspell handed down some rules and regulations regarding snowy parking situations. Hmm, nothing about doing donuts . . . It is illegal to pile snow into a handicap accessible parking space or access aisle. Accessible parking spaces and access aisles must be cleared within 24 hours of a storm. Signs designating accessible parking spaces and access aisles that are relocated for the purpose of snow removal must be immediately returned after the weather event. The route of travel from the accessible parking to the accessible building entrance must be kept clear of snow and…

Dec 28, 2010
12:00 AM
City Briefly

White Park pond is not ready for skaters

Aspell reports that the recent warmer temperatures left the pond at White Park unskatable. While we don't remember breaking out the Bermuda shorts anytime recently, we're gonna take his word for it and wait for the okay to skate. Meanwhile, Aspell writes, crews have been flooding the rinks at White Park, Merrill Park and Rollins Park. So get those skates sharpened because it's almost time to slice the ice. christmas trees