Bristol has come a long way in 10 years and has a lot of improvements still to come! Check out the presentation that Select Board Chair Rick Alpers, Historic District Commission Member Dorcas Gordon and Town Administrator Nik Coates have made to tell the Story of Bristol Reborn. Stay tuned for an ucoming presentation in the community, too.
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September 17, 2018
RE: Upcoming Central Street Road Paving and Drainage
The Town of Bristol has contracted GMI Asphalt/R.D. Edmunds to complete paving, sidewalk, and drainage improvements on Central Street. A tentative start date has been set for Monday, September 24 and a tentative end date has been scheduled for Monday, October 22.
During this time there will be construction trucks and employees of the company coming in and out of the neighborhood during the work week. We anticipate/expect all work to be completed during weekday business hours.
The paving, drainage and sidewalk work is not expected to be a major project and traffic flow should be impacted only minimally. However, there will be days where Central Street will need to be closed and traffic rerouted onto Spring or Merrimack Streets.
We have asked the company to provide us as much advance notice as possible on any changes or unexpected situations. We will do our best to keep everyone informed through the Town of Bristol’s Facebook page and website. You can also contact the company’s project superintendent Jeff Perry at 603-520-0539 or Town Administrator Nik Coates at 603-744-3354.
Thank you for your patience during this project. We think it will be worth it!
Bristol, New Hampshire, incorporated in 1819, is a beautiful New England town that encompasses the southern portion of Newfound Lake, the fifth largest lake in the State. Bristol is located just twenty five miles northwest of Concord, New Hampshire, New Hampshire's capital. Bristol offers all the benefits of small town living, 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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The Bristol Water & Sewer Department will be flushing hydrants between October 1st and October 31st. You may experience a temporary pressure drop or some discoloration in the water for a short period of time. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the office at 744-8411.
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Notice: The Select Board voted last week to end the Town's Recycling program until further notice with exception to glass. The glass program will continue, but Transfer Station users are reminded that it is not for porcelain or window panes. The Recycling program will no longer be in existence as of Monday, September 24. We encourage you to watch the video from last week's Select Board meeting to learn more Questions can be directed to Superintendent Mark Bucklin at 744-2441 or Nik Coates at 744-3354.
"The Kelley Park Design Charrette has been received by the Town. Please take a moment to look at the great ideas that came out of the two day brainstorming session. The Kelley Park Committee is reviewing the proposal and working to determine the next steps."
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