“Public hearings: 1) Shed dormers and picture windows at 52 Moss Flower Lane, 2) Two lot subdivision at 183 May Street. The first hearing is a revision to the previously approved new home at 52 Moss Flower Lane, including shed dormers on both sides, and picture windows on lake side. The hearing will be conducted by the Historic District Commission on January 22, 2024 at 6 PM at the Mascoma Community Health Center, 18 Roberts Road. Details and Zoom instructions may be viewed at this link https://tinyurl.com/hdc-agd or at the town office. The second hearing is a subdivision of a 15 acre parcel into two lots. The property is owned by Debora Miller, map 5 lot 21. The hearing will be conducted by the Planning Board on February 8th, 2024, at 6:10 PM at the Mascoma Community Health Center, 18 Roberts Road. Details and Zoom instructions may be viewed at this link https://tinyurl.com/pb-agd or at the town office. “
Notice of Hearing for Proposed Bond / Borrowing
January 16, 2024 at 6:00 PM located at 52 NH RT 118, Canaan NH 03741
TOWN OF CANAAN VILLAGE WATER AND SEWER SUPERVISORS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CONCERNING PROPOSED MUNICIPAL BOND/LONG TERM BORROWING ISSUE
Pursuant to New Hampshire RSA 33:8-a, the Town of Canaan Select Board acting as the Water and Sewer Board of Supervisors hereby gives notice that it will hold a public hearing on January 16 2024 commencing at 6PM at the Canaan Emergency operations center concerning a proposed borrowing / municipal bond issue in the amount of up to $234,000.00 as the local match of the cost for replacement of lead water service lines as required throughout the Canaan water system.
The total cost of the project is estimated to be $780,000.00 with 70% to be provided in the form of a grant from the NH Department of Environmental Services. The 30% local share in the amount of $234,000.00 to be raised by the issuance of a Bond/Loan if and only if the 70% grant is awarded and with the term and interest rate as determined by the Select Board.
Property tax payers will not be assessed for interest, principal or any construction costs of this project. The full cost of the project including interest and principal payment will be reflected in the water rate and collected in the quarterly water billing