|Meeting Notes January 14, 2012||
Penacook Village Association
Matt Walsh, City Assistant for Special Projects: Tannery site clean-up, Penacook Family Physicians
Ed Roberge, City Engineer and Rob Mack, Traffic Engineer: Downtown Penacook and the Rt. 3 Corridor Project
Design charrettes will be scheduled so that Penacook residents and businesses can share concepts, concerns, and suggestions with the City.
Visit a Sample Project: Rt 101 through Dublin, NH. A historic village feel with a highway cutting through the village.
PVA extended their appreciation for the continued support and inclusion by the City of Concord.
Elections: Ray Miner was elected to the Board, replacing Terri Culjat. Terri was thanked for her work, especially in the early days as PVA grew from sporadic meetings to a recognized voice for Penacook.
Treasurer’s Report: There is a balance of $22,180.79.
Follow-Up With City:
Brent Todd will coordinate follow-up meetings with Ed and Matt. Both Saturday and evening sessions should be considered.
| To involve citizens in enhancing the quality of life, protecting the historic character, and fostering economic vitality in Penacook Village.
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