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School Board Returns $165,000 To Offset Taxes

By Don Gould Andover School Board The 2011-2012 Andover school expenditures leave $164,686.66 to be returned to the Town for the reduction of property taxes. This “fund balance” is made possible by two major, unique events and many other less substantial cost saving efforts of the community of staff, teachers, SAU 46 staff, and volunteers. […]

Swap Shop Planned For Third Saturday In October

By Ken Tripp For the Beacon The October swap will be held at the Transfer Station on Saturday, October 20, from 8 AM to 2 PM. Again this month, this is the third Saturday instead of the second. This will be the last swap of the year at the Transfer Station. We start clean-up at […]

Fire Departments Will Merge On January 1

By Rene Lefebvre EAFD Chief About eighteen months ago, your two fire departments met at the East Andover Fire Station to discuss working together more closely. Our thinking was that we should train as one team rather than two. This was also a recommendation of the committee formed by the Board of Selectmen to look […]

Andover Town Clerk

By Joanna Sumner Town Clerk/Tax Collector The State General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 6, in the Andover Elementary/Middle School gym. The polling hours will be from 8 AM to 7 PM. We encourage you to get out and vote. Saturday, October 27, is the last day to register to vote at the […]

Non-Partisan Resources For Being An Informed Voter

By Mary Anne Broshek For the Beacon Well, it’s election time, and once again we are overwhelmed by hooey. I have been looking for ways to find “just the facts” and have found Web sites where you can find facts on which to make voting decisions. I had two requirements in searching for information sources: […]

East Andover Cemeteries Add New Lots And New Access Road

By Pat Cutter Cemetery Trustees If you have driven past the Lakeview/Lakeside cemeteries recently you must have seen the new interior road construction within the cemetery. When the state changed the configuration of Route 11 at Cemetery Corner, land became available to enlarge the cemeteries. We acquired the old Route 11 road bed from the […]

Selectmen Planning Single-Stream Pilot Program

By Vicky Mishcon Andover Board of Selectmen September has been a month for wrapping up changes in the Town Office, moving forward with plans for the Transfer Station, and exploring new ideas in communication. One of the final changes we’ll be making, as required by the New Hampshire Department of Labor (DoL), is to install […]

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