RAYMOND, NH (July 11, 2017):
The Highway Safety Committee recently reviewed the “No Thru Trucking” ordinance due to feedback from area businesses and haulers. As a result of the research, we discovered the enabling statute had changed thus requiring additional research and steps to ensure our ordinance is up to date.
The Highway Safety Committee requested the Board of Selectmen temporarily suspend the “No Thru Trucking” for the following roads:
Old Manchester Road
Last evening the Board of Selectmen voted unanimously to temporarily suspend “No Thru Trucking” except for tractor trailers, which remain prohibited. In the near future this will be revisited and will be posted on the BOS agenda.
RAYMOND, NH (June 23, 2017) The Raymond Highway Safety Committee will be meeting to discuss the following agenda items on June 28, 2017 @ 9 am at the Raymond Fire Department – Torrent Hall.
RAYMOND, NH (6/17/17) This evening at approximately 9 pm officers responded to the area of #74 Longhill Road for a report of numerous gunshots coming from a garage at a residence. Officers responded and discovered a despondent person armed with a handgun. Officers quickly formed a perimeter and evacuated nearby houses. Shortly thereafter, officers were able to take the male individual into custody without incident.
The officers actions in such a dangerous and difficult situation led to an outcome where no-one was injured and the suspect quickly taken into custody. Both New Hampshire State Police and Candia Police officers assisted in the incident.
RAYMOND, NH (June 16, 2017) The Raymond Highway Safety Committee will be meeting to review the Sterling Homes traffic study with NH State DOT representative Bill O’Donnell.
The meeting is scheduled for June 21, 2017 @ 9 am at the Raymond Fire Department – Torrent Hall.