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News from the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ATE: April 7, 2017
CONTACT: Jim Martin, (603) 271-3710
des.nh.gov
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 NHDES Recognizes National Asbestos Awareness Week

 
Concord, NH - The United States Senate has officially designated the first week of April 2017, as “National Asbestos Awareness Week”. The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, Asbestos Management and Control Program (NHDES) would like to remind the home and business owners that asbestos is still available in building products and remains in existing buildings. NHDES requires State certification of asbestos professionals for all asbestos abatement.  State law requires contractors and building owners to notify NHDES of any planned asbestos abatement work or demolition and requires a survey for asbestos containing materials prior to the commencement of any demolition or renovation of buildings in the state. 

 Asbestos is a regulated waste material and must be transported and disposed of in accordance with State and Federal regulations.  Visit the NHDES website for more information: http://m1e.net/c?73255494-4dij5YLuu1d4k%40389917750-0Ye8I1agq2aeo

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Posted 04/07/2017




Grafton County featured in Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s 8th Annual County Health Rankings

Lebanon, NH – Grafton County ranked favorably in numerous categories according to the eighth annual County Health Rankings, recently released by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and the University of  Wisconsin Population Health Institute (UWPHI). Of particular note were Grafton County’s #1 rankings among New Hampshire counties for both clinical care and physical environment. The County Health Rankings are available at www.countyhealthrankings.org.

The Public Health Council of the Upper Valley is working with regional partners to positively address many of the health outcomes, health factors, policies and programs identified by the Rankings. Specific priorities are defined in the Upper Valley Public Health Region’s Community Health Improvement Plan and include:

  • Preparing for emergencies, including planning and exercising to quickly distribute medications to residents;
  • Impacting substance misuse by implementing evidence-based prevention programs;
  • Promoting healthy weight and relieving food insecurity; and
  • Improving oral health in the Upper Valley
“The information contained in the County Health Rankings report provides critical input to those of us working to effect positive change in population health outcomes.” said Alice Ely, Director of the Public Health Council of the Upper Valley. “Understanding our communities’ health disparities and what is working well allows the many partners of the Public Health Council to make smart choices about where to target efforts to improve health for all of our communities.”

For specific information about the work of the Public Health Council of the Upper Valley, visit their website at http://uvpublichealth.org/ or email them at info@uvpublichealth.org.  

For more information regarding Emergency Preparedness efforts and how you can get involved through organizations like the Upper Valley Medical Reserve Corps, contact Wesley Miller at d.wesley.miller@hitchcock.org.

April 3–9 is 2017 National Public Health week; for more information visit www.nphw.org.

Posted 4/3/2017





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Posted 3/30/2017




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Morning Mascoma Residents,

Friends of Mascoma Foundation has been busy bringing food resources to our five MVRSD towns.
The whole idea is to gather good food resources that groceries and food distributors have an abundance,  have end of a perceived manufacturer”s best used by date, (and there is nothing wrong with the product) or just want to be good neighbor’s and share.  

We usually have lots of fresh produce, quality meats, dairy products and lots of dry goods and toiletries.

This is our wish list this week (sometimes, we just don’t have access to these items)!  We keep dry erase boards up so shoppers can list what they are looking for.

Canned beets
instant coffee (regular and decaf)
mayonnaise
ritz crackers
individual snacks like fruit cups and protein bars
fresh fruit
fresh vegetables
eggs
toiletries for men and women
ketchup
low sodium canned spinach
yogurt

AND VOLUNTEERS—WE ARE LOW ON VOLUNTEERS AT OUR CANAAN PANTRY. We can always use more volunteers at Enfield , too! We can’t distribute our resources without you, our community people.  So please email:  food@friendsofmascoma.org if you want to hang out and meet some very nice people!

Canaan:  Wednesdays   2:30-4:30 PM and 4:30 -6:30 PM
Enfield:    Thursdays      3-5 PM and and 5-7PM



Carolyn Cusick
on behalf of the Friends of Mascoma Foundation

You can email me back at the above email or cacusick@friendsofmascoma.org


Posted 03/22/2017




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: enfieldtm@mrigov.com   or Phone: 603-279-0352 x320
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.

Committee Membership:
Dominic C. Albanese (Chair)
Lee Carrier
Donald (Donnie) J. Crate
C. Robert (Bob) Cusick
Samuel Eaton
Shirley A. Green
Melissa Hutson
Jean Patten
Annabelle Bamforth (Minutes)






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.  

If you find something left behind at the Enfield Community Building please bring it to the Town Manager's Office.

You can contact us at 603-632-5026 or click here to email us






 
 
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