The City Council received detailed answers to the questions posed by Councilor Kennedy in their packets for the Feb 18 City Council meeting. To read them, click here (pages 65-74).
Mayor Rick Becksted announced, on Feb 11, the City’s continuing effort to resolve any disputed issues with its development partner in the McIntyre Project, Redgate/Kane.
Portsmouth's City Clerk has announced that anyone wishing to make any changes to party affiliation must do so by June 2, 2020 in order for the change to apply to the State Primary Election on Tuesday, September 8, 2020.
Portsmouth, New Hampshire – Kelli Barnaby, City Clerk for the City of Portsmouth announced that 9,168 citizens voted at the five Portsmouth Wards in the Presidential Primary on February 11, representing a 46.4% voter turnout. The City registered 811 new voters in this election. They were among the 457,040 voters statewide casting ballots.
Today the New Hampshire Supreme Court struck down and vacated the $3.57 million dollar jury awarded to James Boyle, Trustee of the 150 Greenleaf Avenue Realty Trust by a Rockingham County Superior Court in February of 2018.
Portsmouth, New Hampshire – The City Clerk’s Office announces the following important information for voters.
The Department of Public Works has lifted the snow emergency parking ban and vehicles may again be parked all city streets, starting at 8 a.m. Residents taking advantage of resident parking at Foundry Place and Hanover garages have two hours (until 10 a.m.) before regular hourly parking hours commence.
The Portsmouth Community Development Department is now accepting applications for the City FY 2021 Public Service Agency Grant program. The funding for this program is provided by a Community Development Block Grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and is contingent on the City receiving its FY 2021 (HUD FY 2020) grant award from HUD.
Mayor Becksted has announced that he anticipates appointing a Blue Ribbon Committee to recommend to the City Council a replacement to fill the vacancy on the Police Commission.That position will be filled as soon as possible because the Police Commission will be unable to act until the vacancy is filled Anyone interested in being consider
Pro Portsmouth’s First Night takes place on Tuesday, December 31, from 4 p.m. to midnight, including a fireworks show scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at the South Mill Pond. To facilitate a safe and entertaining First Night, the following traffic and parking changes will occur on December 31st.