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Annual Meeting / Breakfast Social
February 16, 2013
8:30 am
Merrimack Valley High School

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A breakfast buffet was served by MVHS cafeteria staff during a social hour. Sign up sheets for committee and event volunteers were available at tables along with event photo displays.

Board member appreciation gifts were presented to

  • Jennifer Kretovic and Brent Todd who, through their roles in Concord 20/20, helped PVA develop from a fledgling civic group into a viable non-profit association.
  • Matt Walsh, City Assistant for Special Projects, who has been a valued resource from the early days of PVA and has been annual meeting speaker for four consecutive years.

The Nomination Committee put Kathy Bush and Mike Cotton forward for re-election to the Board of Directors and Brian Adams for election to fill the vacancy left by Warren Leary. They were unanimously elected to Board terms.

Teri Maxwell present membership, treasurer’s and budget reports. The budget was accepted by the general membership.

Concord 2020 presented a check for $5116.80 to PVA as the final action of dissolution for 2020.

Matt Walsh presented an update of the tannery site redevelopment.

  • Environmental cleanup
    • Federal grants of $800,000
    • City of Concord matching funds $200,000
    • NH ODD to address petroleum soil issues (up to $1.5 million)
    • Final clean up to be done spring/summer of 2013
  • Weston Solutions, preferred developer for the tannery site
    • Assisted living facility of 45 units plus retail space
    • Adult day care facility in small brick building on Canal St.
  • City development
    • Riverview park along full tannery site riverfront
    • Penacook Branch Library in renovated outbuilding
    • City design team may have preliminary results by June 2013

Another year of meeting the PVA mission begins: To involve citizens in enhancing the quality of life, protecting the historic character, and fostering economic vitality in Penacook Village.

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