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Town of Warner - PUBLIC NOTICE

Budget Committee Vacancy

The Warner Budget Committee is seeking to fill a vacancy, as a result of a recent resignation. The term of the vacancy is until the March 2019 elections. Interested individuals need to be a resident of Warner and interested in the financial operations of the Town of Warner. The Warner Budget Committee meetings are held on Thursday evenings with a near weekly meeting from mid-October through January.

Interested individuals should provide their name to the Warner Selectmen’s secretary at selectboard@warner.nh.us. Names should be submitted by 22 August 2018. An interview process will be conducted in late August/early September to fill the vacancy.

Interested individuals with questions can contact Michael Cutting, Chairman – Warner Budget Committee at 603-731-0033 or mdcutting@aol.com

Posted July 16, 2018 - Remove after August 22, 2018

Warner Village Water District - PUBLIC NOTICE

Water Restrictions In Effect

As of June 30, 2018, customers of the District are instructed to eliminate their use of outside water through the coming summer months until further notice. No car washing or lawn watering, etc.

The WVWD Commissioners voted at the June 25, 2018 Commissioners Meeting to take this action for several reasons. One is that the District has been experiencing prolonged drought conditions which impact the productivity of the wells that depend on the Warner River aquifer for their source of water. Low flows in the river are indicative of these drought-like conditions. The second reason is that the older of the two wells is not delivering water at the same rate as in the past. The combination of these two conditions has resulted in the action taken by the Commissioners.

The Commissioners are pursuing long-term solutions to the problem, such as siting a new back-up well and installing sophisticated well management controls. However, putting these measures into effect is beyond the constraints of the current budget. By cutting back on demand through restricting outside use of water, the Commissioners hope to reduce the problem of stress on the wells.

The Commissioners also voted to impose fines for violations of this policy. A $25 fine will be imposed for the first violation and $50 for subsequent violations.

If you have questions or special requests, please contact Ray Martin at 603-344-5431.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Posted July 2, 2018

Town of Warner - PUBLIC NOTICE

Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day - 08/11/18 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Highway Garage, 190 Route 103 West

What to Bring

  • Household Cleaners
  • Polishers
  • Hobby Chemicals
  • Pesticides and Herbicides
  • Flea Powder
  • Pool Chemicals
  • Oil Based Paints (NO LATEX)
  • Solvents
  • Varnishes
  • Stains
  • Paint Remover
  • Mercury Containing Devices such as Thermometers and Thermostats,
  • Adhesives
  • Driveway Sealer
  • Photo Chemicals, and miscellaneous other materials which are considered hazardous as waste.

What Not to Bring

LATEX paint is not considered hazardous unless it is pre-1990 and labeled that it has mercury as a fungicide. Use kitty litter to dry out latex paint and then throw in your trash. It must be made into a solid to be considered solid waste. Empty, dry paint cans may be recycled as scrap metal at your recycling facility.

ALKALINE batteries for flashlights and other household items are not considered hazardous and can be thrown in the trash. This includes most non-chargeable batteries such as AA, AAA, C, D and 9-volt batteries.

FLUORESCENT light bulbs are accepted at the Transfer Station.

Please do not bring ammunition and explosives, fire extinguishers, radioactive materials, or propane tanks. Contact your local police or fire departments about ammunition, explosives, and fire extinguishers. Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors can be sent back to the manufacturer. Propane tanks can be exchanged or refilled at a propane distributor.

Posted April 26 2018 - Updated 7/17/18

Town of Warner - PUBLIC NOTICE

Involuntarily Merged Lots

If you own real estate lots that were involuntarily merged by municipal action, you may be able to have those lots restored to their pre-merger status. Your property may qualify if two or more lots were merged for zoning, assessing, or taxation purposes and the merger occurred:
  • During your ownership, without your consent;
  • Prior to your ownership, if no previous owner consented to the merger.
To restore your property to pre-merger status, you must: Once restored:
  • Your properties will once again become separate lots;
  • however, they must still conform to applicable land use ordinances.
  • Restoration does not cure non-conformity.
References:

Posted December 7, 2011 - Updated 06/28/18 - Remove after December 31, 2021

Town of Warner - PUBLIC NOTICE

2018 Holiday Schedule

All departments of the Town of Warner will be closed in observance of the following 2018 holidays:

  • Monday, January 1 New Year's Day Observed
  • Monday, January 15 Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • Monday, February 19 President's Day
  • Sunday, April 1 Easter - Transfer Station will be closed
  • Monday, May 28 Memorial Day
  • Wednesday, July 4 Independence Day
  • Monday, September 3 Labor Day
  • Monday, October 8 Columbus Day - (Monday - Thursday staff only)
  • Monday, November 12 Veteran's Day (Observed)
  • Sunday, November 11 Veteran's Day - Transfer Station Closed
  • Thursday, November 22 Thanksgiving Day - Transfer Station will be closed
  • Friday, November 23 Day after Thanksgiving (Friday staff only)
  • Tuesday, December 25 Christmas Day

Posted December 18, 2017

NHDES Service Announcement

In an effort to provide a higher quality, more streamlined permitting process for the regulated public, most Land Resources Management Programs (Alteration of Terrain Bureau, Subsurface Systems Bureau, Wetlands Bureau and the Shoreland Program) have undergone some significant changes. More information is available here.

Posted March 5, 2012

Town of Warner - PUBLIC NOTICE

Solar Array Exemption

For all new Solar Array Owners, you must APPLY for the solar array exemption before April 15th of any given year. The form to fill out is the PA - 29 found on the Department of Revenues web site or the form can be picked up at the Assessing Office in the Town Hall during office hours. You must provide a copy of the bill showing the cost of the array, the amount of the rebate from the PUC, and the amount of the tax deduction that was applied for or received. You must also include the number of panels and how many kW they produce.

Town of Warner - PUBLIC NOTICE

Conservation Commission Meeting Notice

The Conservation Commission meets on the first Wednesday of every month at the Warner Town Hall. See notices posted at the Town Hall for exact times and location.

Town of Warner - PUBLIC NOTICE

Planning Board Meeting Agenda

The Planning Board Meeting Agenda is posted when received and can be viewed here.

Town of Warner - PUBLIC NOTICE

Selectmen's Meeting Agenda

Selectmen's Meeting Agenda will close at 10:00 a.m. on the Monday that falls before the scheduled meeting. Requests received after 10:00 a.m. will be placed on the next scheduled Selectmen's Meeting.

The Selectmen's Meeting Agenda is posted when received and can be viewed here.

Town of Warner - PUBLIC NOTICE

Zoning Board of Adjustment Meeting Agenda

The Zoning Board of Adjustment Meeting Agenda is posted when received and can be viewed here.

Warner Village Water District - PUBLIC NOTICE

Commissioners Meeting Notice

The Warner Village Water District Commissioners will meet regularly on the Second and Fourth Monday of every month at 9:00 AM at the treatment Plant, 55 West Joppa Rd, Warner NH.

If you wish to attend a meeting of the Commissioners, and cannot arrange to come at this time, please contact the office at 603-456-1890 and we will arrange a time to meet which suits your schedule.

Town of Warner - PUBLIC NOTICE

Building Permits

Any owner or authorized agent who intends to construct, enlarge, alter, repair, move, demolish, or change the occupancy of a building or structure, or to erect, enlarge, alter, repair, remove, convert or replace any electrical, gas, mechanical or plumbing system, the installation of which is regulated by the State Building Code, RSA 155-A, must obtain a Building Permit.

Building Setback Reference Chart (Download)

For assistance on what requires a permit you can contact the Selectmen's Office.