Black Dog Entertainment License Application Postponed; Town Hall Temporarily Closed to the Public

See the Board of Selectmen’s 3/23 Agenda for instructions on sending live messages to them, during a meeting, via Zoom. The Black Dog’s entertainment license application was reviewed by the Board of Selectmen on 3/9/20 and continued until Monday, 3/23/20. It has now been taken off the Selectmen’s meeting agenda until further notice, possibly the …

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Grinder Pump Update – reimbursements to be distributed to homeowners & tax credit information

On Monday, December 16, 2019, FHMNA co-President Dave Buzanoski attended the Board of Selectmen’s meeting regarding the grinder pump update to give us the following information: Amy Lowell (Waste Water Superintendent) provided the update which was a review of the May 2016 reimbursement policy (see FHMNA article). The Town Grinder Pump Policy includes the wording …

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Coastal Protection

Many of our members have asked us over the years about coastal erosion and what action FHNMA was taking. We have personally seen erosion on Great Bay with resulting road closures, beach sand swept onto Grand Avenue South and Menauhant Street, storm damage to our beach roads, and increased flood insurance rates given the recent …

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South Coast Comprehensive Wastewater Management Plan

The Water Quality Management Committee requests your input by the end of November regarding their “South Coast Comprehensive Wastewater Management Plan” If you have a passionate interest in our coastal water bodies, consider becoming a FHMNA liaison to the various town committees which deal with this issue. Our liaisons check relevant committee agendas for items …

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