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Review legislative changes to Veterans’ Tax Credits and recommendations to the City Council
Come ice skate with family and friends! Refreshments available at the snack bar.
Concord residents with curbside trash and recycling collection can place their Christmas trees curbside for disposal on their trash collection day starting on Monday, January 2. Christmas trees will be collected for two weeks through January 13. Trees must be placed at the curb with residential trash and recycling by 7:00 a.m. to not miss collection. All lights, ornaments, tinsel, and decorations must be completely removed from the tree. Wreaths and artificial trees will not be collected. Trees will be collected with a separate truck from trash and recycling, so items may be collected at different times. Trees can also be taken to the Concord Transfer Station at 77 Old Turnpike Road during the month of January for free. The transfer station is open Monday through Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., but will be closing at noon on Saturday, December 31, and will remain closed through 8:00 a.m. Tuesday for the New Year’s holiday.
For meetings held in the City Council Chambers, any person who is unable to access the upper level of the Council Chambers to address the City Council or any other public body may use the podium and/or microphone located at the lower level of the Council Chambers. Other reasonable accommodations may be available upon request.
Agenda and meeting schedules for the City Council, Zoning Board, Planning Board, and other City boards, committees, and commissions are posted on the bulletin board inside the City Hall lobby. The City Hall lobby is the official location for meeting and agenda postings and not this web site. Other events posted at this web site are not necessarily endorsed or sponsored by the City of Concord, N.H. Please contact the event organizer for additional information.
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