Wednesday, July 11, 2012


Public Meeting
Former Collins & Aikman Automotive Plant Property.

The purpose of this notice is to announce that the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (DES) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will be holding a public information session on environmental responses to the Former Collins & Aikman Automotive Plant Property. The meeting will be held on July 23, 2012 at 6: 00 p.m. at Town Hall, 531 Main Street, Farmington NH

If you would like additional information, please contact either Meghan Cassidy at US EPA at (617) 918- 1387 or Molly Stark from NH DES at (603) 271-2890.



Public Announcement
Town of Farmington Hazard Mitigation Planning Committee

Strafford Regional Planning Commission will continue the update process for Farmington’s Local Hazard Mitigation Plan and the second meeting of the Farmington Hazard Mitigation Planning Committee has been scheduled for Monday, July 23rd at 9:00AM at the Town Hall. The second meeting will include: a review of the recently added hazards, a review of the flooding map, a review of vulnerable structures and potential losses, updates to existing mitigation strategies and proposed improvements, and a new list of goals and mitigation actions. All citizens of Farmington, business owners, and municipal officials are invited. 
If you are unavailable to attend, please forward any ideas or concerns to: Kyle Pimental, Regional Planner, Strafford Regional Planning Commission, (603) 994-3500 or kpimental@strafford.org or to Fire Chief Richard Fowler, Emergency Management Director at (603) 755-2131 or rfowler@farmingtonfd.net. This update of the 2006 Farmington Hazard Mitigation Plan is funded by FEMA under contract to Strafford Regional Planning Commission, and is a collaborative planning process with the Town of Farmington.
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