02.26.2024 BOS Agenda


Motion:  I make a motion to  approve the Minutes from the Board of Selectmen meeting on February  12,  2024


Litchfield Police Department       -   Swearing  in Ceremony            

Promotions:  Slade C.  Rasmussen  and  Brian D. Morgan to Sergeant

 New  Officers -    Jarrod MacDonald and Michael Richardson

Recommendation for Rozay Medina to the Litchfield Planning Board

Motion: (M. Croteau / K. Queenan) Motion was made to recommend Mr. Medina for the Planning Board position to the Board of Selectmen

Vote: (4-2-0) The motion carried. (Mr. Robitaille and Mr. Terrill voted “No”)

Corning Farms Demo Permit  - R. Moreau

WorkInvestNH program.pdf

Litchfield Fire Department - Chief Nicoll

EMS Budget Request -  CERT Team   - Background Checks

Hawkers and Peddlers Requests 

Hawkers and Peddlers - Joanne Bonner.pdf
HAwkers and Peddlers - Reginald Pepin.pdf

Town Events  -

 Fishing Derby May 18th , Conservation Committee

& Easter Scavenger Hunt March 13th, Spirit of Litchfield

Sign Use Request Easter Scavenger Hunt March 13th Spirit of Litchfield

Economic Development survey Final Draft 3.pdf

Economic Development Committee Survey to be released - Online, At Town Hall, Library and Transfer Station.  Will have available March 12th at Elections, approved by Moderator

Survey Closes March 22nd

Economic Development Committee Request - Renew Members for additional one-year term:

Chair: Selectmen Kimberly Queenan

Members: Peter Ames (Recreation), Dianne Plansky (Conservation), Jeremy Robitaille (Planning), Lauura Gandia (ZBA), Peter Plansky, (School Board)

Community Member - Connie Jackson, 1 opening

Staff: Jay Minkarah (NRPC), Kim Kleiner (Town Adminstrator)

2024 Budget
2024 Default Budget



1504.00 Prohibited Signs.

a. No signs except Town and State highway direction and regulatory signs may be used on

Albuquerque Avenue.

b. No off premises signs are allowed. (Amended March 2016)

(Adopted March 10, 1981; Amended March 8, 1983, March 1987)

Political Advertising and Political Signs

Concord, NH – Political advertising and political signs are one of the treasured traditions of New Hampshire elections. They are also a physical expression of people's First Amendment right of free speech. With the General Election upcoming on November 8, 2022, Attorney General John M. Formella is releasing the following information regarding political advertising and political signs to assist the public in understanding the election laws related to political advertising and political signs:

Removing, defacing, or destroy political advertising without consent is a crime, and individuals also may be subject to a civil penalty of up to $1,000. See RSA 664:17 and 664:21.

Political advertising may not be placed on public property but may be placed in a state right-of-way if the private property owner gives permission. Private property owners may remove signs on their property, even if they are in a state right-of-way. In addition to owners of the property, persons authorized by the owner of the property, or a law enforcement officer may remove advertising placed without permission. Political advertising on any public property may be removed by state, city, or town maintenance or law enforcement personnel. See RSA 664:17.

Political communications and political signs— "express advocacy" communications—are required to have information identifying the person or entity responsible for the advertising, known as "paid-for" disclaimers, under New Hampshire law. New Hampshire RSA 664:14 requires that all political advertising must be signed with the name and physical or mailing address of a person responsible for the advertising.

2018 - 2023 Warrant article and Tax Rates.pdf


Non Public Session 

Non Public Session

RSA 91-A:3,II(a) - The dismissal, promotion or compensation of any public employee or the disciplining of such employee or the  investigation of any charges against him unless the employee affected (1) has a right to a meeting, and (2) requests that the meeting be open, in which case the request shall be granted.

RSA 91-A:3II(d) - Consideration of the acquisition, sale or lease of real or personal property which, if discussed in public, would likely benefit

        a party or parties whose interests are adverse to those of the general community. 


Proposed Farmers Market Ordinance (4).pdf

TABLED -  Needs new meeting date

New Proposed Farmers Market Ordinance and Application

2023 Farmers Market Application (5).pdf
Special Events Ordinance Proposed.pdf

DRAFT ONLY - Tabled 2/12/2024  - committee formed to review

Permit request 4th of July Parade.pdf

Permit Request - 4th of July Parade

Litchfield Fire, Police and Highway have not responded as available  staffing and event details need further confirmation.

Tabled 02/12/2024

1st meeting of the Special Event committee held Wed. 2/21/24