ATTENTION BUSINESSES IN BRISTOL!
There is a short survey on the right. "LOCAL BUSINESS SURVEY" (in red)
Economic Development Task Force
Winter Parking Ban
Just a reminder that the winter parking ban will be in effect in Bristol from November 15, 2014 to April 15, 2015. It is particularly important that the Central Square area be clear of vehicles during snow removal operations. To that end, during snow events and overnight snow removal operations, the Town will make the lower parking lot of the Minot Sleeper Library and the municipal lot at the TD Bank building available for temporary parking of vehicles that would otherwise be parked in Central Square. Both areas are well lit and provide safe sidewalk access to all parts of the Square. Please be certain to remove your vehicles from these overnight emergency parking areas before 8AM on the following morning so that those lots may be cleared of snow.
Bristol, New Hampshire, incorporated in 1819, is a beautiful New England town that encompasses the lower two thirds of Newfound Lake, the fifth largest lake in the State. Located just twenty five miles northwest of Concord, New Hampshire’s capital, Bristol offers all the benefits of small town living, while remaining close to major recreational attractions and business centers. The Town of Bristol has a year round population of approximately 3,300 and a seasonal summer population of approximately 6,500 inhabitants. Town employees, those involved in local government and all of the many volunteers who give so generously of their time are dedicated to providing the best possible service to our residents, businesses, and visitors. We welcome you to our Town website!
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2015 Town Meeting Information
News from Newfound Region Public Access
A new Public TV Show called The Folklorist will be airing weekly. It will be on Mondays at 11am and 8pm, Thursdays at 3pm, Friday at 8pm and Saturday at Noon. There will be a new show each week.
The Folklorist is NewTV's Emmy® Award-winning television series that offers a captivating look at the stories in history that have forever inspired us. Whether its a tale of legendary lost cities, forgotten heros, or hoaxes beyond belief, The Folklorist brings audiences back to each story's origins, and uncovers what's been left out of text books, and what lives on as folklore.
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