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Hampton Beach Village District Monthly Meeting
Monthly meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month at 5:30 PM
Regular monthly meeting held in the Precinct Hall, upstairs at the Beach Fire Station.

Hampton Beach Village District: Statutory Deadlines for the 2020 Annual Meeting

Based on a review of the applicable New Hampshire statutes, below is a listing of the “Important Deadlines” and “Checklist Issues” and the “drop dead” deadlines for all posting, notices, etc.

ANNUAL MEETING TO BE HELD: March 27, 2020 (RSA 52:12)

IMPORTANT DEADLINES (Elections/Warrants):

1. Candidacy filing period for district: February 12 – 21
(RSA 670:4; RSA 669:19)
2. Last date to accept voter warrant articles: February 25
(RSA 39:3)
3. Last date to post warrant: March 13 (RSA 39:5)
4. Last date to accept absentee ballots: March 27, 5 P.M.
(RSA 670:6; RSA 669:29; RSA 657:22; and RSA 657:21-a, V (exception for emergency service workers)

CHECKLIST ISSUES:

  1. Last day to post checklist and publish notice in newspaper                         February 4 or Internet of February 11 session for checklist corrections. This notice should include the day, hour and place of session. (RSA 669:5; RSA 654:27)
  2. Supervisors must hold session for corrections of checklist. (RSA 669:5) February 11, 7:00 – 7:30P.M.

Note: Discretion of the supervisors for extended hours.

3. Last day for supervisors to post checklist at District Hall and March 7 or 14 publish notice in newspaper for March 14 or March 21 session to correct checklist. This notice should include the day, hour and place of session and that hours may be extended at discretion of supervisors. (RSA 669:5; RSA 654:27)
4. Supervisors must hold session for corrections to March 14 or 21 checklist.               (RSA 669:5)

View the Hampton Beach Village Precinct Minutes and Agendas.

NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT OF ANNUAL MEETING

The presence of the COVID-19 Virus as greatly impacted all of us.  Businesses, schools and municipal facilities have been closed.  We have been strongly advised at local, State and Federal levels to practice social distancing, frequent hand washing and to stay at home.  Just the other day, Governor Christopher T. Sununu reduced the number of people allowed at a gathering from fifty (50) to ten (10).  It would not be prudent to expose the Hampton Beach Village District voters and election officials to a possible carrier or surface contaminated of the COVID-19 virus.

Therefore, I am exercising my responsibility and authority as the Hampton Beach Village District Moderator following the appropriate RSA’s und the state of New Hampshire election laws to postpone both the voting and the business session of our  annual meeting originally scheduled for tomorrow, March 27, 2020 to May 19, 2020. Those who intended to vote by absentee ballot in the election originally scheduled for March 27, 2020 may do so by mailing their ballot to the District Clerk.  All absentee ballots will then be held for counting at the May 19, 2020 meeting.  Additional information on the rescheduled election, including how to get absentee ballots for the rescheduled meeting,  will be posted and published as it becomes finalized.

Richard E. Reniere, Moderator

(Deputy  Secretary of State, David Scanlon notified March 26, 2020 at 11:15 A.M.)

NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF PRECINCT MEETING

The presence of the COVID-19 Virus as greatly impacted all of us. Businesses, schools and municipal facilities have been closed. We have been strongly advised at local, State and Federal levels to practice social distancing, frequent hand washing and to stay at home. It would not be prudent to expose the Hampton Beach Village District residents and officials to a possible carrier or surface contaminated of the COVID-19 virus.

Therefore, the Chairman has determined that due to the executive order issued by the governor, Christopher T. Sununu, on March 16, 2020, and given that some of the Commissioners are over (60) years of age and thus are at higher risk of serious illness if they contract the COVID-10 virus, that an emergency exists in which the meeting of April 8, 2020 cannot be held whereby a quorum of the Commissioners is physically present. Therefore, the Chairman, pursuant to RSA 91-A: 2 III (b) waives the requirement that a quorum of the Commissioners be present for the meeting and as a result we exercise our authority as the Commissioners of the Hampton Beach Village District, to cancel our regular monthly precinct meeting, originally scheduled for tomorrow, April 8, 2020. Additional information on a rescheduled meeting, if there is one, will be posted and published as it becomes finalized.

Duly Authorized by the Hampton Beach Village District Commissioners
Chuck Rage, Maureen Buckley and Robert Ladd.

NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF PRECINCT MEETING

The presence of the COVID-19 Virus as greatly impacted all of us. Businesses, schools and municipal facilities have been closed. We have been strongly advised at local, State and Federal levels to practice social distancing, frequent hand washing and to stay at home. It would not be prudent to expose the Hampton Beach Village District residents and officials to a possible carrier or surface contaminated of the COVID-19 virus.

Therefore, the Chairman has determined that due to the executive order issued by the governor, Christopher T. Sununu, on March 16, 2020, and given that some of the Commissioners are over (60) years of age and thus are at higher risk of serious illness if they contract the COVID-10 virus, that an emergency exists in which the meeting of May 13, 2020 cannot be held whereby a quorum of the Commissioners is physically present. Therefore, the Chairman, pursuant to RSA 91-A: 2 III (b) waives the requirement that a quorum of the Commissioners be present for the meeting and as a result we exercise our authority as the Commissioners of the Hampton Beach Village District, to cancel our regular monthly precinct meeting, originally scheduled for tomorrow, May 13, 2020. Additional information on a rescheduled meeting, if there is one, will be posted and published as it becomes finalized.

Duly Authorized by the Hampton Beach Village District Commissioners
Chuck Rage, Maureen Buckley and Robert Ladd.

NOTICE OF POSTPONEMENT OF ANNUAL MEETING DUE TO COVID-19

The presence of the COVID-19 Virus has continued to impact all of us.  Businesses, schools and municipal facilities have been closed; although some of them are starting to re-open, they are not doing so without limitations, social distancing measures or other restrictions. We have been strongly advised at local, State and Federal levels to practice social distancing, frequent hand washing and to stay at home.  It would not be prudent to expose the Hampton Beach Village District voters and election officials to a possible carrier or surface contaminated of the COVID-19 virus.

Therefore, I am exercising my responsibility and authority as the Hampton Beach Village District Moderator following the appropriate RSA’s and the state of New Hampshire election laws to postpone both the voting and the business session of our annual meeting originally scheduled for May 19, 2020 to June 9, 2020. Those who intended to vote by absentee ballot in the election originally scheduled for May 19, 2020 may do so by mailing their ballot to the District Clerk.  All absentee ballots will then be held for counting at the June 9, 2020 meeting.  Additional information on the rescheduled election, including how to get absentee ballots for the rescheduled meeting,  will be posted and published as it becomes finalized.

Richard E. Reniere, Moderator

(Deputy  Secretary of State, David Scanlon notified May 7, 2020 at 10:45 A.M.)

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