Select Board Meeting 10/13

Select Board Meeting

Amended Agenda

Thursday, October 13th at 6:00pm

Town Hall

The Select Board will be meeting in non-public session to discuss a welfare case. A proposal for an energy audit will also be reviewed as well as any other business to come before the Board. After the aforementioned, the Board will conduct a budget workshop.

Conservation Commission Workshop

Deborah Goard (SELTNH) and Andy Fast (County Extension) and some members of the Rollinsford Conservation Commission will be having a post-harvest workshop/walk in Scoutland on Friday, October 14, 2016 at 1-4pm. They will be starting at the parking area on top of the hill at the end of Water St. just after the Colonel Paul Wentworth House.This workshop/walk is open to the public and anyone interested in attending should meet at the parking area at the end of Water Street at 1pm. 



Town Completes Work on Grant to Develop Stormwater Regulations

In the summer of 2015, the town received a $6,500 grant from the Piscataqua Region Estuaries Partnership (PREP) to propose stormwater regulations for development and redevelopment.   The committee was formed later that fall and worked throughout 2016 to complete a proposed draft, based upon model stormwater regulations developed by the Southeast Watershed Alliance.  Here is the final report submitted to PREP and the draft stormwater regulations.    The draft is now in the hands of the Planning Board who will take the next steps to review and act upon the regulations.

Committee members were Pat McLin (Planning Board), Mike Lapoint (Water District Commission), Mike Rollo (Select Board), and John Krebs, the town’s planning consultant.  Liz Durfee from the Strafford Regional Planning Commission served as the project manager/consultant.   The Select Board is grateful to the committee for their time and effort, to Liz Durfee who guided us through our paces and kept us on target and to John Krebs who generously donated his time to the grant.

The Town of Rollinsford is an MS4 stormwater permittee requiring the town to manage its stormwater runoff responsibly.

Town Clean-up Tomorrow



Saturday, October 1st,  9 am to noon

   Come help your Rollinsford neighbors maintain and cleanup

   our  community spaces!

Report to your preferred location at 9 am to receive your instructions.

BICENTENNIAL PARK:  general spruce-up, trash removal.  Team leader provided;  gloves advised.

COMMUNITY GARDENS:  rebuild raised garden beds, repair/paint picnic table. Team leader provided, building materials provided: can use rakes, shovels, mallets, battery-powered electric drills

NATURE TRAILS:  clear existing trails.  Team leader provided; can use loppers,  hand saws, clippers, rakes

TOWN HALL SECOND FLOOR:   general cleaning  Team leader provided; can use vacuums, brooms, dust pans, dust masks advised  Volunteers 18 and up.

 To help, please contact Kate Nesman 742-2510, or

 Michele Small 988-3222.

This event is co-sponsored by the Town of Rollinsford and the Rollinsford Garden and Local Sustainability Club.

NHDOT Prepares to Resurface Roads

NHDOT has notified the town of two upcoming projects:

Continental Paving, Inc. will be working on Rollins Road/ Silver Street for 1.8 miles beginning at Goodwin Road easterly to the intersection of Main Street. The work will begin on 9/28 and continue until completion.

Continental Paving, Inc. will be working on Main Street/Front Street for 1.0 miles starting at the intersection of Silver Street, easterly to the State Line. The work will begin on 9/28 and continue until completion.

Click here to view to official notice and for additional information.

Notice of Public Hearing: Planning Board




OCTOBER 4, 2016

The Rollinsford Planning Board will hold a PUBLIC HEARING on Tuesday, October 4th, 2016 at 7:00PM at the Rollinsford Town Hall to take Public Comment on a Subdivision Application submitted by Arthur Gagnon dba Diversified Builders of 188 Blackwater Road in Somersworth, NH.

The application is for a submitted plan to subdivide Tap Map 1, Lot 43-1 into five (5) lots containing eight (8) units. As proposed, an existing structure will remain on Tax Map 1, Lot 43-1 and new lots Tax Map 1, Lots 43-2, 43-3, 43-4, 43-5 will be created.

Copies of the proposed plans are available for review at the Rollinsford Town Offices.

Respectfully Submitted,

Patrick J. McLin


Rollinsford Planning Board