Invitation from Upper Merrimack River Local Advisory Committee to Learn About the City of Concord Stormwater Utility Feasibility Study – May 16th at 7:00 PM


Not sure what to do this Monday night (May 16th) at 7:00 PM?

Come join the Upper Merrimack River Local Advisory Committee and hear from their guest speaker about the Stormwater Feasibility Study completed in 2020 for the City of Concord. David Cedarholm, City Engineer in Concord will present on the feasibility study and how a Stormwater Utility could serve as a funding mechanism for the current and future stormwater programs and stormwater issues facing the City of Concord.

Stormwater Utilities exist in 41 states across the U.S. including our neighboring states of Vermont, Maine, and Massachusetts. Come learn about the benefits and challenges of establishing Stormwater Utilities in New Hampshire and see if Concord may be the first to establish such a utility in the state.

The presentation will begin promptly at 7:00 PM in the City-wide Community Center located at 14 Canterbury Road in Concord. I hope you will consider joining us for this compelling and interesting presentation and question and answer session.

You can check out the Concord Stormwater Feasibility Study here:

Hope to see you there!



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