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The Conservation Commission is looking for one new full member and two alternate members. The Commission leads the annual spring roadside cleanup, providing bags as well as a follow-up luncheon for volunteers. They sponsor hazardous waste disposal, free of charge, at the Keene Transfer Station; they help fund a naturalist educator from the Harris Center to teach at Nelson School and they support the multi-town water quality testing program for the Ashuelot River.

Basically, the Commission works for the protection of critical habitats, water resources and natural areas.  Its work includes, but is not limited to, providing educational programs to the public, leading hikes and other outdoor activities. It oversees town land for timber production, recreation and wildlife and also provides comments and suggestions on wetland permits.  The Sullivan Conservation Commission does not have the authority to enforce regulations, but works with other Town and State bodies in an advisory capacity.   

If this is something that interests you, contact Kathleen Rowe in the Selectmen's Office (847-3316),

Chip Woodbury (603-357-3445) or Becky Cummings (603-847-3477).   



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Evening Town Clerk/Tax Collector hours are held on the 2nd and last Thursdays, 6:00 pm to 8:00 PM.


If you would like to be put on the Selectmen's agenda, please call Kathleen at 603-847-3316.
Selectmen meet on Monday every other week at the Town Hall:  6:30 PM; see Calendar for dates.