Andover Planning Board Minutes – June 22, 2021

Condensed from approved minutes Members present: Donna Duclos, Vice-Chair; Ken Wells; David Powers; John Hodgson; Randy Monti, alternate; and John Kinney, ex-officio.  Reports Kinney, Select Board: Attorney Matt Serge has requested a full list of items pertaining to B&S Diesel in order to finish/provide a cease-and-desist order.  The Planning Board will provide the Select Board […]

Andover Planning Board Minutes – May 11, 2021

Condensed from approved minutes Due to the COVID-19/Coronavirus crisis and in accordance with Governor Sununu’s Emergency Order #12 pursuant to Executive Order 2020-04, this Board is authorized to meet electronically.  The public has access to contemporaneously listen and participate in this meeting through the video. Members present: Nancy Teach, Chair; Randy Monti; David Powers; Donna […]

Andover’s 79th Annual Fireworks Display Entrances Crowd

Flag Raised by American Legion Post 101

By Andover Fourth of July Committee
Andover’s 79th Annual Fireworks Display Entrances Crowd

Flash! Bang! Boom! Oohs and aahs from the crowd!  Say hello and goodbye to Andover’s 79th annual fireworks display. This one was one for the record books. We were there. We hope you were, too.  After we handed out glow sticks to the children, we stood side by side with our fellow citizens to commemorate […]

New Hampshire Median Home Sale Price Hits New High

Home affordability index plummets

By Ty Morris

Listed below are some real estate bullet points related to July: • The New Hampshire median home sale price eclipsed $409,000 for the first time in history. • July was the 12th consecutive month of 100% list-price-to-sale- price ratio. On average, homes sold for 104.4% of their selling price. • The average days on the […]

Transfer Station Urges Patrons to Read the Signs

If you still have questions, just ask

By Andover Transfer Station Staff

The staff at your Transfer Station is always trying to make dropping off your trash and recyclables easy, efficient, and safe for all concerned. That means we have to change things from time to time, particularly in response to changes imposed on us by the contractors who ultimately haul away the trash and recyclables. For […]

The Kitchen of Andover Moves to Larger Space in Warner

Opening planned for mid-August

Press release

Salisbury residents Michael and Stephanie Prete who own The Kitchen Eatery and Catering are moving their Andover location to what used to be the famed Foothills Restaurant in Warner. They will be going from their current 1,400 square foot spot to a newly designed 5,200 square foot space with a new outdoor deck in the […]

Andover Real Estate Transactions June and July 2021

Two properties sold in Andover

By Ty Morris

Two properties sold in Andover last month on the MLS. Jeremie and Jaimie Holmes sold their home at 129 Currier Road to Michael Leclerc and Stephanie Mitchell for $310,000. This three bedroom and two bathroom ranch with a detached two-car garage sits on two acres and has 1,248 square feet of living space. Melanie Paskavitch […]

Andover Conservation Commission Minutes – June 9, 2021

By Lee Wells

Condensed from draft minutes Members Present: Nancy Robart, Sooze Hodgson, Tina Cotton, Jerry Hersey, Lee Wells, Alan McIntyre, Donna Duclos Motion made to have Sooze be a full voting member for the purposes of this meeting: all in favor ASLPT Update: Nancy will be attending a one-on-one training with one of the staff. Sooze monitors […]

Cemetery Committee Asks Visitors to Drive with Care

Markers help keep cars off graves

By Andover Cemetery Trustees
Cemetery Committee Asks Visitors to Drive with Care

Over the years as people have driven through the cemeteries, there has been a natural tendency to hug the side of the roadway and cut the corners at the curves. There is not much of a shoulder between the road and the grave plots. The roadways are narrow, and cars are drifting toward the edges […]

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