TOWN OF LYME
1 HIGH STREET
P.O. BOX 126
LYME, NEW HAMPSHIRE 03768-0126
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Select Board will be holding a public hearing to review and discuss the Proposed Parking Ordinance of the Town of Lyme.
The ordinance is in draft form and is authorized under RSA 47:17. This draft ordinance is available for your review on the Town of Lyme web page
You may also contact the Select Boards office for a copy.
This Public Hearing will be held:
When: Thursday October 30th, 2014
Where: Lyme Town Office Building Conference room located at 1 High Street
Notice of bids being accepted for
Mowing Services for
Town of Lyme
Lyme, New Hampshire.
The Town of Lyme is seeking bids for the following services:
- Spring Clean-up- Power broom gravel from all Cemetery, lawn areas, remove all dead fall and trash, and will be responsible for the disposal of all debris. To be completed by the beginning of May weather permitting
- Mowing-is performed weekly, less often during slow growth periods. Cemetery & lawns will always be mowed to a professional standard.
- Trimming/Sweeping-Trimming will be performed in accordance with mowing schedule, all grass to be blown/swept from walkways and drives.
- Fall Clean-up- Leaves on all Cemetery & lawn areas to be bagged, vacuumed, and blown off.
Call 603-795-4639 or e-mail email@example.com for detailed bid information. All bids must be received in the Town Office by October 15th, 2014
Contractor must provide and keep in force Worker’s Compensation Insurance in full accordance with New Hampshire law to cover its employees. Comprehensive General Liability Insurance, Personal Injury and Property Damage Insurance in an amount no less than $2,000,000. Motor vehicle insurance to include bodily injury, property damage, uninsured motorist, and employer’s no ownership coverage in an amount no less than $500,000. The Town reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.
Town Office Hours:
Lyme is a rural community located in the Upper Valley region of New Hampshire along the Connecticut River. Some think our name came from Lyme, Connecticut and others mention Lyme Regis, England. The spelling on the original 1761 charter of "Lime" has been attributed to an error by Governor Wentworth's secretary. The original settlers were from Palmer, Belchertown and Brookfield in Massachusetts. Lyme contains 53.8 square miles of land, 28.7 miles of paved and 38.7 miles of gravel roads. In 2010 it had a population of 1,716.