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  • Conservation easement will protect 20 acres on Tolend Road

    posted on: 1/24/2020

    The Dover Open Lands Committee announces the purchase of a conservation easement for 20.4 acres of land owned by Jennifer Morin of Tolend Road. The purchase of the conservation easement was approved by the Conservation Commission and City Council.

    The property is mostly mixed forest, with about five acres of open fields that provide an excellent habitat for a variety of wildlife. There are three intermittent streams running through the property, five significant wetland areas and at least two potential vernal pools. The property abuts the 17-acre Towle conservation property that has frontage on the Cochecho River and was protected in 2003.

    Morin decided to conserve the property to honor the wishes of her late mother Elizabeth Morin.

    “My mother loved watching deer, turkey and other wild animals in the fields and woods surrounding her house,” Morin said. “She had a pair of blue birds that used the same bird house in front of her house every year to nest and raise a new family. It was important to my mother that the birds and animals have a place where they could thrive and raise young which is why she wanted to conserve her property.”

  • Supervisors of the Checklist in session Feb. 4

    posted on: 1/23/2020; updated: 1/27/2020

    The Supervisors of the Checklist will meet on Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020, from 5:30 to 6 p.m., at the City Clerk's office at City Hall, 288 Central Ave.

    During this session, supervisors will register new voters, record changes of address, and make other necessary corrections to the checklist. Voters cannot change party affiliation during this session.

    For more information, contact the City Clerk's office at 516-6018.

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School Board workshop, 1/27/2020

School Board, 1/27/2020The workshop session of the Dover School Board on Monday, Jan. 27, 2020.

posted on: 1/28/2020

2020 Inauguration of the City Council and School Board

Inauguration 2020The Inauguration ceremony for the incoming City Council and School Board, held on Monday, Jan. 6, 2020, at City Hall.

posted on: 1/7/2020

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