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Cyan Magenta Yellow Black Page 10 No Project Too Big Or Too Small Since 1990 Owner Operated Marden Construction has been the remodeling service central New Hampshire residents have relied upon to bring beauty and value to their homes. Some of our specialties are Kitchens, Baths, Cabinets and Floors Whether it's a complex room addition that involves General plumbing and Contracting electrical changes, - Decks or simple - Doors hardware Windows changes - Additions trust Marden Construction and More to get the job done. Maybe your counter tops need to be changed, or a room needs re-flooring we here to help you make your house a home. Remodeling is one of the easiest ways to improve the value of your home. Updated kitchens, bathrooms, dens and bedrooms can add value to your home. We'll work with you and your budget to create a plan and design that fits your needs. Fully Insured Call 603.848.4212 or email Lew today lmarden13@gmail.com The Merrimack Valley Voice 305 Village St Penacook, NH (603)753-6391 February 01, 2018 UNH Cooperative Extension Events Saturday, March 3, 2018 – 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Pruning Mature Apple Trees Held at Hackleboro Orchard, 61 Orchard Road, Canterbury, NH. This FREE pruning workshop will include principles of pruning, techniques, and tools. Registration & Contact: Jeremy.delisle@unh.edu, 603-796-2151 Wednesday, March 28, 2018 – 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Pruning Mature Highbush Blueberries Held at 115 Appleton Street, Concord, NH. Participants are encouraged to bring their own pruners to this free workshop. Registration & Contact: Jeremy.delisle@unh.edu, 603-796-2151 Your Hometown, Independent, Full Service Pharmacy Flu and Shingle Shots Extended day generic pricing program www.penacookpharmacy.com Helping You Take Care of Yourself if we don’t have it ASK we may be able to order it *Med Planners *Delivery Services Shop Local For Candy, Cards and Valentines Day Gifts Mon - Fri: 9AM ~ 6PM Sat: 9AM ~ 2PM Sun: 9:30AM ~ 12:30PM Your One Stop Shop for Over the Counter & Prescription Meds State Inspection $30.00 AC Servicing Used Cars General Auto and Truck Repair Minor Rust Repair Front End Alignments * Computerized Wheel Balancing Brake and Exhaust Systems * Computer Work * General Mechanical Master Technician 753-9383 45 North Main St Boscawen, NH

The Merrimack Valley Voice February 01, 2018 Page 11 Hi folks, Hope to see you there on February 7th, and I'll keep you updated on progress. I received word yesterday confirming the City's plan to move forward exploring Form-Based Code zoning. The Public Kick Off Meeting will be held Wednesday, February 7th from 6-8 pm in Council Chambers on Green St. All are welcome to attend and participate. Here is the information about what this zoning change means, from City Planner Heather Shank: "The proposed changes to the [zoning] ordinance will focus on the physical form and character of the neighborhood that the community wants to create or preserve.... The first [phase] will focus on transitioning to character-based districts for the downtown commercial and residential neighborhoods of Concord and Penacook." Basically, this means a shift from a "one size fits all," approach to zoning, where build-out is determined by land-use designations. Form-based codes take into account existing building facades, the scale and types of streets and blocks, and other factors. With visual and written descriptions, and most importantly, with community input, special existing characteristics of our neighborhoods are taken into account in deciding what development is allowed. For those of you who recall or who participated in the Penacook Zoning Charettes a few years back, the information from those sessions will be incorporated into this new project. ² Thanks to all of you who responded with priority local streets for repaving. The favorite right now is Summer, along with Cross, Merrimack, Maccoy. There's still time to let me know your thoughts. One final note: Some have asked about the status of downtown street lights on Village St. The sensor that activates the lights in the evening failed, but it has just been replaced. The City left the lights on through the daylight hours awaiting replacement, but lights should now be functioning normally. Best, Brent Brent Todd Ward 1 City Councilor Concord, NH 753-9609 www.brenttoddconcord.com Figuratively Speaking February 4 through March 15, 2018 January 16, 2018—Concord, N.H.—What is the shape of Jazz? The color of a conversation? The atmosphere of a recurring memory? On display at Kimball Jenkins’ Carriage House galleries in February, Figuratively Speaking is an exhibition presenting recent works by established and emerging abstract artists from New England. The exhibition will feature more than a dozen regional painters. Artists include Jessica Allard, Becky Barsi, James Chase, Ali Keller, Mary Mead, Pam Tarbell, Sam Trioli, Alison Palizzolo, and others. The opening reception will be on Thursday, February 15, 5:30– 7:30, in the Carriage House Gallery. Light refreshments will be provided. PLUMBING www. tccnh.com Cyan Magenta Yellow Black HEATING ² ² AIR CONDITIONING Service in Hours not Days! $ 99 SPECIAL Heating or Cooling System Cleaning and Tune-up 10% OFF Plumbing Service 18 Mo. / 0 % Financing Call Total Climate Control 603-753-2728 TODAY ÜInstallation and Servicing of all types of Plumbing, Heating and Cooling Systems Call for FREE in home consultation ÜUp-Front Pricing Know the price before we start NO surprises - just honesty the way it should be ÜWater Heaters Repaired or Replaced Sometimes you want to be in hot water Get it and PLENTY of it ÜExtended Warranties Available on new systems installed to our exacting standards ÜFull 1-Year Repair Warranty Most companies stop at 30 days. Your repair will stay repaired!

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