Suissevale Scholarship

Applicants will be notified by: July 6th of the current year

We award two Scholarships each year, the Moultonborough Academy (MA) Scholarship and the Homeowner’s Scholarship.

POASI, Property Owners Association at Suissevale Inc., has been awarding a scholarship to a student graduating from Moultonborough Academy since 1998.  This scholarship is currently $1,000. 

The POASI Board of Directors unanimously voted during the November 2002 meeting to establish an annual $500 scholarship award to a deserving dependent of a Suissevale home/lot owner. This scholarship has been awarded since 2003. POASI Scholarship is currently $1,000.

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Next Board Meeting - January 20, 2017

January 20th, 8AM at the Clubhouse

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All members are welcome and encouraged to attend

New Police Chief Hired

The Moultonborough Select Board is pleased to announce the hiring of John Monaghan III as the new Police Chief effective January 15, 2018.

Chief Monaghan served most recently as the Chief of Police in the Town of Franconia, NH from August 2012 until January 8th, 2018. He also served as a Trooper for the NH State Police from 2002 to 2012 and as a police officer in the City of Lebanon NH Police Department from 1999 to 2002.

Chief Monaghan is a certified NH police officer, has a masters degree in leadership and management and currently lives in Easton, NH. He and his family will be relocating to the Moultonborough area later this year.

A ceremonial swearing in will be held on Thursday, January 18th at 7:00pm at the Town Hall prior to the regular Select Board meeting.

The Board will hold a welcome reception for Chief Monaghan prior to the swearing in ceremony beginning at 6:30in the Town Hall lobby area. The public is invited to attend.

The Select Board members wish to express their sincere appreciation to retiring Chief Leonard Wetherbee for his six years of dedicated service to the police department and the citizens of Moultonborough and wish him a long and happy retirement.

2018 Canoe Rack Rentals

We are currently accepting names for the canoe rack wait list. We are full!

Thank you!

 

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Frozen Pipes

Suissevale members,

Today is January 3rd.   With the prolonged Arctic weather the state of NH is recently experiencing, we are starting to see part time and full time residents with broken water pipes and frozen water lines. This message is to remind all of our members to check or have someone check their properties for frozen pipes and frozen water lines.  We recommend checking before weather conditions come back to more seasonal temperatures to prevent flooding in houses from pipes thawing.

If you have any questions, please call the Suissevale Business Office at 603-476-5177

Thank you for your assistance and stay warm

The Suissevale Water Committee

Suissevale AmeriGas Winter Rate

Please be advsied that the yearly contract with AmeriGas has been received and reviewed. For the time period of 8/1/2017 to 7/31/2018 the rate per gallon is $1.35.

Fall Water Shut Off Info

**Suissevale Members - PLEASE** Don't let this happen to you!
Water and frozen pipe issues in the winter – IMPORTANT!  Please read on!

In the past few years we have had home water systems freeze up.  If the heat goes out in your home and the water freezes, pipes will burst and your home will suffer severe damage.  You will also be liable for the search time to find the leak and water cost.

The property owners are also responsible for the service pipe from the street shut off valve to the house.  If you own an older home, you may want to have this pipe replaced as there have been a number of service pipe failures.

Steps to take:

  • Each time you leave your home in the winter for extended periods of time, turn off the main water shutoff inside your home.
  • Open up sink faucets and let remaining water in your pipes flow out.
  • Check your heat setting and level of remaining heating fuel.

IF YOU ARE NOT GOING TO USE YOUR HOME ALL WINTER:

  • Call the Suissevale Business Office at 603 476-5177 and leave a message with a date when you will stop occupancy for the winter and Suissevale will arrange to have your water shut off at the street
  • There is currently no charge for scheduled turn offs water.

What will happen with frozen pipes?   When a leak in your unattended home takes place, the loss of water due to the leak will be substantial.  

  • You will be billed for water lost
    • Water lost during a leak is on average 40 gallons per minute +/- (in a 24-hour period that is over 50,000 gallons of water).
    • One-year Suissevale lost over 600,000 gallons of water due to water leaks/frozen homes.  Members were billed for their gallons lost.
  • You will be billed for the cost of personnel searching for the leak
    • In one case last year it took over a week to find the leak.  This leak resulted in our member being responsible to the association for over $3,000 in charges.
  • You will / can have extensive damage in your home
    • Carpets, flooring, dry wall, furniture, and personal belongings can be ruined and need to be replaced (major interior damage).
    • Members have had water coming out of their basement and 1st floor windows.

Spring time – time to turn on your water – what do I do?

  • The owner or someone designated by the owner must be present and able to be in the home before it will be turned on by the Water Operator.
  • Please allow the water company a 10-day notice when looking to have water turned back on.  There is currently no charge for scheduled turn on of water.

Please call the Suissevale Office at 603 476-5177 or email us at Suissevaleom@gmail.com should you have any questions regarding this notice.

Thank You,

Suissevale Board of Directors 

Suissevale Cornhole is Here!!!

We'd like to do a weekly tournament. Cast your vote for Tuesday or Wednesday on our Facebook page! Also, sign out one or both sets to use on the premises of the clubhouse. Great Suissevale items for the winners each week!! AND, when we have events down at the beach, we will lug them down for all to use!

 

Town of Moultonborough Burning Permits

Due to inadequate snow cover, Fire Permits will be required effective April 10, 2017, for all outside burning which includes brush and campfire permits.
Permits may be obtained at one of the following places:
Moultonborough Public Safety Building
1035 Whittier Highway
Moultonborough, NH

Chick-A-Dee Station
473 Whittier Highway
Moultonborough, NH

Or online at www.NHFirePermit.com
Any questions pertaining to outside burning please call the fire station at 476-5658.
Fire Chief/Warden David Bengtson

Read more: http://www.moultonboroughnh.gov/node/26073

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