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  • Tue, Nov 21

    Meeting 11/21/2017 - Board of Selectmen


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    Our town is a friendly, rural community located 20 minutes from New Hampshire's beautiful seacoast. With about 1,400 household, the population has nearly quadrupled to 4,200 inhabitants from its earliest count of 1,064 in 1767. Brentwood's 16.97 square miles are seated in the Rockingham County's geographical center and it is home to many of the county's support services.

    Latest News

    • Town Office Closing Early

      Posted on About 10 hours ago

      The Town Office will be closing at noon on Wednesday, November 22nd.  We will re-open on Monday the 27th.  Happy Thanksgiving!!

    • Seeking Part Time Administrative Assistant

      Posted on Tue, Oct 31 at 01:51pm

      The Town of Brentwood is seeking a high performing professional administrative assistant to support the Town Administrator and Board of Selectmen. 

      Candidate must have strong administrative proficiency, above average organizational ability & communication skills, and be able to multi-task. Ideal candidate will be discreet and diplomatic, comfortable interacting with internal staff, residents, and vendors.  Candidate will be responsible for supporting finance and human res ...

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    • Seeking Part Time Police Chief

      Posted on Tue, Oct 31 at 01:48pm

                                                      Police Chief

      The Town of Brentwood, NH is seeking applicants for the position of Police Chief.  Looking for an individual with a high level of professional ethics, integrity, proven leadership skil ...

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    • Update on Prescott Road

      Posted on Thu, Nov 02 at 12:55pm

      Prescott Road

      At the March 2017 town meeting the town voted to approve the reconstruction of Prescott Road.  During the meeting the scope of the project was changed to eliminate the cutting of the trees on the easterly side of Prescott Road and the road was voted to be reclassified as scenic. 

      The scope now included reconstructing the intersection at North Road to a “T” from a “Y”, replace the north and south culverts in their exist ...

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