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SUGAR HILL Town Report FY 2013

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE

The Pemi-Baker Solid Waste District will be holding a one-day collection for household hazardous waste in our area.  The collection will be held on:

Sunday August 24, 2014 at the Littleton Transfer Station

1213 Mt. Eustis Road

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

THE RETURN OF THE BEARS 

Residents are seeing more bears as they await the berries that they love.  Sightings and attacking chickens on Pearl Lake Road and Blake Road as well as window peeping on Route 117!  You never know who is watching you! Please remember to keep your trash inside and your chickens and geese safe.  Should you have a problem please contact NH Fish & Game – Your local Conservation Officer is

Robert M. Mancini, Jr. robert.mancini@wildlife.nh.gov

A Proclamation

In recognition of Roger Aldrich, a man who not only helped create Sugar Hill as New Hampshire’s newest town, but who has given of himself unselfishly in all other aspects of town affairs.  Without his help and guidance Sugar Hill would not be the unique town it is today.

Roger served twenty five years as a Selectman, was the Town Moderator and a member of the Sugar Hill Fire Department.

The Select Board of Sugar Hill

Hereby declares that Friday July 4th 2014 shall be

Roger Aldrich Day

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