Due to the anticipated storm, a parking ban will be in effect from 12:01am Saturday, January 29th through 6am Monday, January 31st.
There will be NO ON STREET PARKING allowed during this time. Vehicles found parked on the street that are hindering snow removal are subject to being ticketed and towed.
Transfer Station stickers will be available for purchase at the Transfer Station beginning Saturday, December 19th during regular transfer station hours. Stickers are $10 for the first sticker, $5 for the second. A valid vehicle registration must be presented for the purchase of each sticker.
There is currently no water service in Downtown Rollinsford due to a water main break at the corner of South St. and Front St.
The Water Dept. is currently working on the issue.
There is currently no estimated time of service restoration.
An emergency snow Parking Ban is in effect beginning Sunday 12/29 at 10 pm and ending Tuesday 12/31 at 6 am.
No on street parking is allowed during this time period.
The Town of Rollinsford is accepting applications for a Transfer Station Attendant. Applicant must be able to work 16 hours per week. Current work days are Monday, 2PM to 7PM, Wednesday 7 AM to 12PM, Saturday 8AM to 2PM but change seasonally. Starting rate is $11.00 per hour. Applications available at the Rollinsford Town Hall, 667 Main Street. 742-2510.
The Budget Committee will hold a Public Hearing to discuss the FY2018 Town Budget
on Saturday, February 10th at 9AM at the Rollinsford Grade School.
The Budget Committee will deliberate and vote immediately following the Public Hearing.
Sat Jan 13th OPEN 8am-2pm
Monday Jan 15th OPEN 7am-noon
The select Board would like to thank the transfer station attendants for their service to the community.
TOWN OF ROLLINSFORD
The Select Board proposes to adopt a minimum housing standards ordinance and seeks comments from the public. The proposed ordinance will be avaiable at Town Hall and the Rollinsford Public Library and is posted online here. (There is evidence in the historical minutes that the Select Board passed a minimum housing standard “policy” on July 9, 2012 but we can find no copy of the policy passed by that Board. While the Select Board minutes referred to the document as a “policy” it also contained penalties and fines which are more appropriately placed in an ordinance).
The Select Board is proposing to increase the transfer station sticker price from the current price of $10 per sticker ($5 for each additional sticker) to $20 per sticker (no discount on additional stickers). The proposed $20 price equates to $1.67 per month per user. The transfer station revenue currently covers 28% of its operating costs; with the proposed increase the transfer station will cover 35% of its operating costs. The differential is covered by general taxation.