SOLAR UP is spearheaded by the Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission (SNHPC), in cooperation with Smart Power, NH Sustainable Energy Association and the NH Local Energy Work Group. Candia has selected Granite State Solar as their SOLAR UP partner.
On August 2, 2015, a presentation was given to the residents of the town of Candia regarding the SOLAR UP program. Below you will find the presentation slides, the video of the presentation and the video of the Q&A portion of the presentation.
The Cemetery Trustees, at their July meeting, formally adopted rules and regulations for their conduct of business and for the use of Candia Cemeteries by the public. These are the first set of formal rules and regulations ever adopted for our cemeteries. We welcome public questions and comments. At their August 20th regular monthly meeting, they will be considering the adoption of a formal revised fee schedule for the cemeteries. The public is invited to attend the meeting and participate in the discussions.
Smyth Public Library will present the 5th annual Summer Concert Series on eight consecutive Wednesdays beginning July 1st.
The series is held at the Candia Pond Park gazebo, behind the library at 55 High Street, and will move to the CYAA field house if it rains. The concerts are free, with funding from the Friends of Smyth Library and the Friends of the Concert Series. The concerts run from 6:30-8pm.
Bring a chair or blanket for the lawn, and a hat, as the view is toward the setting sun. Ice cream will be available.
The Candia Budget Committee is seeking applicants for a part time Administrative Assistant. Duties will include providing clerical work for the Budget Committee including taking and transcribing meeting minutes.
Please send resumes to: Budget Committee, Candia Town Hall, 74 High Street, Candia NH 03034 by May 13th.
The Heritage Commission has compiled and published an updated history of the town with an emphasis on residents' personal recollections. The last recorded history was done by the Bicentennial Committee in 1963. The new book begins with the history as it was documented in 1963.
Contributors to the 2014 "Candia: A Sense of Place", were town organizations updating their activities, many Candia residents’ memoirs and Moore School student appreciations of the town. New and old photographs enhance the book.
Copies are available at the Smyth Public Library or Commission members for $15.
The NH Department of Transportation has now completed the Road Safety Audit (RSA) for two of the more dangerous intersections in Candia. These are two of the three corners of the triangle where NH Routes 27 & 43 traffic intersects.
One of those three corner intersections is the “Four Corners” where the state has installed traffic control signal lights, significantly improving the traffic flow and reducing accidents.
The southerly corner intersection, where NH Route 43 traffic between Manchester and the Deerfield area meets Raymond Road, by the entrance to Holbrook Cemetery, is particularly dangerous. Traffic coming from the Deerfield area has to stop and then merge into the traffic coming from the Raymond area going into Manchester. Traffic coming from the Manchester area and going to the Deerfield area has to make a left turn thru that same traffic flow to continue on Route 43.
The easterly corner intersection, where NH Route 27 going from Candia to Raymond has to stop and enter the traffic going to and from Manchester is the least dangerous of the three, but does a poor job of handling turning traffic.
The RSA, a lengthy and comprehensive exercise, was conducted with representatives of the state, the municipality and potentially affected residents last summer. A draft of the results was reviewed by the participants. These final results will now go to NHDOT for design and future construction by the state.
The report and drawing plans of the proposed improvement options can be viewed at the below links.