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TOWN REPORT   Town Meeting Minutes Minutes 2020 TM

SUGAR HILL RESIDENTS :If you need any assistance other than emergency medical, call 603.494.1491, Allan Clark, Emergency Management Director 


• Limit travel outside of home • Social Distance – 6 feet • Wash hands often

• If you develop flu like symptoms go to “coronavirus.gov” to determine likelihood of contracting the COVID-19 Virus by going to the “self-checker”

• Quarantine 14 days if exposed to someone with symptoms

• Isolate if have symptoms until 72 hours after no symptoms without medication

Call Littleton Regional Hospital if you have symptoms at their hot line 603-575-6400 before going to hospital or dialing 911

If a significant life-threatening medical issue or trauma call 911

If general questions about anything related to the crisis call 211

• Help others if you are capable

• Stay strong we will get through this

• You may want to consider wearing some type of mask and gloves when going out in public. It is important to wash your hands and all you have touched when you get home.

CDC Informaiton: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

NH Health & Human Services Information: https://www.nh.gov/covid19/index.htm

Masks – What you need to know -how to wear, clean and make your own.

HARMAN’S GROCERY BOX – INFORMATION https://harmanscheese.com/grocery-box/

Options for curbside and delivery of Groceries:

Shaw’s, Littleton Open 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM They have reserved Tuesday and Thursday, 7:00 – 9:00 AM for elderly and populations at risk.

Instacart does Shaw’s grocery delivery, but they do not deliver to Franconia, Sugar Hill or Easton. They will deliver to Littleton and a few other communities in the area. Visit Instacart to check your delivery options by typing in your zip code.

Littleton Food Coop Open 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Curbside Pickup (for local seniors and populations at risk). Call them Monday – Friday and order up to 15 items over the phone. We’ll shop for you! Your order will be ready within 2 days, and we’ll call you for payment. Pay by credit card or check, and come pick it up. 603-444-2800.

Meadowstone Farms, Littleton

Open 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM at the self-serve farm stand for an array of frozen meats, including pork and goat, and fresh eggs. The stand is monitored and sanitizing multiple times throughout the day. They are also starting a delivery service of farm products on Wednesdays for customers unable to leave their homes. Please email or call 603-444-0786 to place an order by Tuesday at 5:00 PM. They will keep their website up-to-date with current products and will try to fulfill all orders.

The Meetinghouse and the Crapo Building will be closed to the public and to any meetings or public gatherings through the end of April.

The Planning Board will not be meeting at this time.  If you need to schedule an appointment with the Planning Board, please call the Select Board Office at 823-8468 and we will return your call. Thank you


In light of the current Coronavirus (Covid19) outbreak, until further notice the Town Clerk and Tax Collector office will only accept renewal registrations through the mail.  Please enclose your renewal mail in notice when you send in your renewals. The same holds for your dog license renewals.  For other registration needs or vital record needs, etc. please call me at 823-8516. Please leave a message on my telephone and if I am not in the office, I will get back to you.  You may also email me at townclerk@sugarhillnh.org. We now have a lock box by the entrance to the Crapo Building which you may use. When I am back to regular office hours with the door open, it will be on my phone message, posted on the door and at the post office and on our website. 

Thank you for your patience during this difficult time for us all.  Lissa

Select Board Office:

The Select Board Office is closed please leave a message 823-8468  E-mails may be sent to  selectmen@sugarhillnh.org.  I will answer the calls and emails. The Select Board will meet weekly via Zoom Mondays at 5:30 pm.  If you would like to speak with the board or call into the meeting please leave a message or an email and I will get back to you.

Thanks for your patience.  Jennifer

TRANSFER STATION UPDATE: Effective Friday, March 20th the Franconia/Easton/Sugar Hill Transfer Station will ONLY accept household trash.

The Boards of Selectmen respectfully requests that all residents who have the ability to retain their recyclables until this situation abates to please do so until the Transfer Station is 100% operational as well as wait to discard items requiring a fee (construction debris, tv’s appliances, furniture, etc) until after April 6, 2020 (tentative). These safeguards will limit personal contact and help to keep our employees and residents safe during this ongoing crisis.

Thank you for understanding


The library will be closed until March 31st.
Out of an abundance of caution and following the recommendation of the CDC and state agencies we will be closed as of Monday March 16, 2020 to March 31, 2020 at which time the situation will be evaluated and any changes will be posted on our website.

Patrons may call to request books which will be placed in marked bags in the drop box to be picked up. Patrons may return books in a plastic bag in the drop box at anytime. DO NOT bring books into building. Patrons MUST be sure the latch is closed securely to prevent rain from entering the box. This service will be available only to patrons in good standing. So please return all overdue books as soon as possible. Our staff will deliver books to patrons that are unable to get to dropbox.


On Wednesday, April 1, 2020, the Small Business Administration shared a press release with updated information regarding small business assistance through the CARES Act including the Payroll Protection Program.

View the Press Release here.

View the SBA COVID-19 Resource page here.

Their are a plethora of organizations releasing information about these programs.

To save time and limit confusion, you should refer directly to the SBA website and these resources or contact your local SBA approved financial institution.

The SBA is also holding twice daily webinars to answer questions about the lending products and assistance they now offer.

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