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Village Rail Spur Trail Presentation



At the recent deliberative session Conservation Commission Chairman presented Mr. Woody Fogg with tokens with the Town's appreciation for his outstanding work on the Village Rail Spur Trail Bridge. More...

Legion Post 58 report on recent events!

















Belmont's Girl Scouts found a partner right in town for their Cookies for Troops campaign.  American Legion Post 58 bought several cases of the Girl Scout cookies to donate to the Pease Greeters for distribution to troops deploying through Pease International Tradeport in Portsmouth.  In addition to the cookies the Legion  bought, the Girl Scout Troop donated the cookies they had not sold and some of their popcorn as well.  

Belmont's American Legion Post 58 presents a $500 donation to the Pease Greeters in front of deploying troops - from left to right - Tom Fee, Fred Fabian, Russ Fabian, Pease Greeters Co-Chairman Peter Tiews, Post Commander Rich Stanley and David Schroth.



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Jeff Marden Town Forest TRAIL CLOSURE
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February Community Newsletter

Click to read what's going on in Belmont in the February Newsletter!

Town Meeting Second Session - Voting Day - Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Be sure to vote at the second session of the Belmont Town Meeting on Tuesday, March 12,  7am - 7pm, Belmont High School, 255 Seavey Road. Related items below:

2019 Voters Guide
View the 2019 Warrant & Budget Articles 
 
Power Point Presentation

Public Session to Register to Vote




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     Seeking oral histories and memories
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Scam Alert from Eversource and NH PUC


New Year
Same Old Scams
Eversource and NH PUC offer ways to avoid becoming a victim in 2019    

MANCHESTER, N.H. (January 28, 2019) – The New Year is in full swing and so are scams targeting utility customers across the country and right here in New Hampshire. Already this year, customers in many towns around the state have been approached by scammers, either on the phone or at their door. To warn customers, Eversource and the New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission (NHPUC) are teaming up to ensure that people know the tell-tale signs of scams, so they can avoid becoming a victim.

"The scammers, often sounding legitimate and quite convincing, threaten to shut off electric service immediately unless instant payment is made,” said Eversource Senior Vice President and Chief Customer Officer Penni Conner. "These scammers can be relentless but they’re only successful if they catch our customers off-guard and scare them into making a payment. We remind customers, if something doesn’t sound right or feel right, trust your gut, and don’t pay.” 

 "One similarity in many utility scams is a sense of urgency, with scammers often convincing consumers that payment must be made immediately,” says Amanda Noonan, Director of Consumer Services and External Affairs for the NHPUC. "The more we educate consumers on the basic red flags of a scam, the less likely they are to become victims.”

Tips to help avoid becoming a victim:  

·     Eversource representatives never demand instant payment over the phone, require the use of pre-paid debit cards or request customers meet at a payment center to make the payment.

·     Never provide personal financial or account information to any unsolicited person on the phone, at the door or online, even if they seem legitimate.

·     Beware, some sophisticated scammers can manipulate their caller ID to say the caller is with Eversource.

·     Customers who are scheduled for disconnection due to nonpayment receive a written notice that includes information on how to maintain their service.

·     Customers can verify they are speaking with an Eversource representative by asking for some basic information about their account like the name on the account, the account address, and the exact past due balance.  

Eversource urges anyone who has doubts about the legitimacy of a call, visit or an offer, to contact the company directly at 1-800-662-7764. Eversource.com provides more information on how to protect personal information and avoid being a victim of utility scams. 

Check out this story to learn how one business avoided falling victim to a scammer .

Eversource (NYSE: ES) is New Hampshire's largest electric utility, serving more than 500,000 homes and businesses in 211 cities and towns, and also supplies water to approximately 9,300 homes and businesses in Hampton, North Hampton and Rye. Eversource is proud to be recognized as the top contributor to United Way in New Hampshire. Recognized as the top U.S. utility for its energy efficiency programs by the sustainability advocacy organization Ceres, Eversource harnesses the commitment of about 8,000 employees across three states to build a single, united company around the mission of safely delivering reliable energy and water with superior customer service. For more information, please visit our website (www.eversource.com) and follow us on Twitter (@eversourceNH) and Facebook (facebook.com/EversourceNH). For more information on our water services, visit www.aquarionwater.com.


Job Opening - Town Planner

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Belmont Old Home Day -- ALREADY?!

Belmont Old Home Day

Saturday, August 10, 2019

Prepare Now!
It Will Be Here Before You Know It!!

Belmont 10-Mile Road Race     Old Home Day Parade
     Registration Form             Parade Entry Form



Community Meeting on Belmont Town Buildings

A Community Meeting on Belmont Town Buildings was held on January 10th.  Watch the video of that meeting at:

https://livestream.com/belmontnh/live/videos/185747983

Full Presentation

For those who have not had an opportunity to tour the Belmont Town Hall and Police Station, Lakes Region 
Public Access Television also prepared a video from a 2017 public tour to provide a "virtual tour” of these buildings. The link to this video is https://livestream.com/belmontnh/live/videos/184122032.

Additional information;
On the current Town Buildings & Facilities project
On existing buildings and past studies

Upcoming Belmont 150th Anniversary Events

Be Sure to Add These Special Upcoming Anniversary Events to Your Calendars!
Remember     Celebrate     Imagine

Sunday, March 24, 2019 - 2pm
12th NH Regiment Serenade Band
Music From Belmont's Past -  Mid-1800s

Friday, April 12, 2019, - 5:30pm
Family Grilled Cheese Night
Entertainment by Bryson Lang, Comedian/Juggler

Saturday, June 1, 2019
Belmont Schools Alumni Evening
Cirque de Light performers 
  








Pictures by Jen Bonin



Radio Roulette Band
Providing the nights entertainment playing anything and everything it takes to keep the party going & your booties on the dance floor!

  








More Info -
150th Anniversary Web Page


25-year Time Capsule

150th Town Anniversary Celebration
Remember     Celebrate     Imagine
Creating a Time Capsule to be opened in 2044!

What do you think should be included in the capsule?
Current Time Capsule Suggestions
Send Your suggestions to Events@BelmontNH.org

Belmont 1869-2019

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Help us make Belmont's 150th Anniversary Special!