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Enfield Shaker Village Byway Advisory Committee Meeting Agenda
February 21, 2017
Enfield Shaker Museum
I. Welcome and Updates
II. Review CMP Scope, Components and Guidelines
III. Create Action Plan for CMP
IV. Plan Next Steps and Next Meeting
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DATE: February 15, 2017
CONTACT: J. William Degnan, State Fire Marshal
Matthew Labonte, Supervisor, Bureau of Building Safety & Construction
State Fire Marshal Warns of Building Collapse Danger
State Fire Marshal J. William Degnan announced today that due to recent successive snowstorms there is a greater urgency to clear roofs of snow and ice that has accumulated. A roof may collapse with little or no warning, and one common misconception is that only flat roofs are susceptible to collapse. High roof parapets can accumulate drifting snow and unbalanced loads due to the recent high winds add even more strain to roof structures. The following warning signs could indicate that you have a danger of roof collapse. You should immediately evacuate the building and notify your local building official, fire department, or contact a structural engineer to determine if the building is safe if you observe the following:
Sagging roof steel – visually deformed
Severe or new roof leaks
Cracked or split wood members
Bends or ripples in metal supports
Recent cracks in walls, drywall or masonry
Cracks in welds of steel construction
Sheared off screws from steel frames
Sprinkler heads pushed down below ceiling tiles
Doors that pop open
Doors or windows that are difficult to open
Bowed utility pipes or conduits attached to the ceiling
Creaking, cracking or popping sounds
Past fire investigations have determined that fuel-gas service to some buildings have been damaged due to heavy snow loads and snow sliding off roofs onto gas meters and components. In addition, snow sliding off roofs onto outside oil tanks has caused valves and filters to be broken off. The State Fire Marshal urges all citizens to do the following:
Specific fire and building safety questions can be answered by local fire and building officials or by contacting the State Fire Marshal’s Office at 223-4289.
2017 Town Manager Search Committee
Committee’s Purpose: Appointed by the Enfield Board of Selectman in January 2017, the Committee is tasked with identifying a slate of highly qualified candidates from which the Board will select the next Town Manager. The Board of Selectman retained Municipal Resources Inc., (MRI) represented by its President and Chief Operating Officer Alan Gould, to assist the Board and Committee with its work.
The Search Committee looks forward to engaging collaboratively and transparently with a wide range of stake holders. Enfield citizens, elected and appointed officials, town employees and other interested parties are encouraged to email/call MRI directly with their thoughts about the next manager. The Search Committee’s work will continue until we have a final slate of candidates to present to the Board of Selectman who make the final hiring decision. The Search Committee expects to complete its work by May.
Enfield citizens, elected officials, appointed volunteers and town employees with thoughts about the qualifications, skills, and interests of Enfield’s next town manager are encouraged to reach out to Alan Gould at MRI via email or phone:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone: 603-279-0352 x320
MRI Search Website: http://www.mrigov.com/contentInline/enfieldnhtmr-169
All communications with MRI are confidential. Summaries of comments, without names of those providing those comments, will be provided to the Search Committee and will inform search criteria and candidate interviews.
Dominic C. Albanese (Chair)
Donald (Donny) J. Crate
C. Robert (Bob) Cusick
Shirley A. Green
Annabelle Bamforth (Minutes)
Happy One Year Anniversary!
Yes, we are one year old this week! We are grateful to all of our donors, partners and volunteers for making this possible.
We are honored to have You, our shoppers, visit us as needed. We try very hard to bring the best resources we can assemble to our community. Healthier foods is our goal and we are grateful to the NH Food Bank, Willing Hands, Pricechopper’s Fresh Rescue, USDA, food drives and our many anonymous donors that “just drop stuff off”!
We are open:
Canaan: Wednesdays from 2:30-6:30 PM MTD Building behind Canaan Hardware
Enfield: Thursdays from 3-7 PM Enfield Town Office
Requirement: proof of residence of any of our five school district towns
You are all welcome to visit us to see what we are all about.
To volunteer go to email@example.com
To support us go to www.friendsofmascoma.org/donate
Ground coffee/ regular and decaf
canned spinach/low sodium
fresh fruits and vegetables—we do have refrigeration at each site
HMMMMM! I bet we have an anniversary treat bag this week also!
on behalf of the Friends of Mascoma Foundation
Lost & Found
If you've left something behind at the Enfield Community Building please check with the Town Manager's Office as the item may have been turned into our office. Items that remain unclaimed for an extended period of time will be disposed of as appropriate.
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