City Services – Rochester New Hampshire News https://rochesternhnews.com Official News Portal Wed, 14 Feb 2018 21:52:22 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.4 https://i2.wp.com/rochesternhnews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/114/2017/06/cropped-color-seal-correct.png?fit=32%2C32 City Services – Rochester New Hampshire News https://rochesternhnews.com 32 32 129230579 Rochester Police to Host Citizens Police Academy https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/02/14/rochester-police-to-host-citizens-police-academy/ https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/02/14/rochester-police-to-host-citizens-police-academy/#respond Wed, 14 Feb 2018 21:40:58 +0000 https://rochesternhnews.com/?p=1228 Chief Paul Toussaint is pleased to announce that Rochester residents are once again invited to participate in the Rochester Police Department's Citizens Police Academy.

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Chief Paul Toussaint is pleased to announce that Rochester residents are once again invited to participate in the Rochester Police Department’s Citizens Police Academy.

The academy is an 11 week program that begins on March 13 and runs through May 22. The program is designed acquaint civilians with the duties that law enforcement — including detectives, prosecutors and juvenile diversion officers — perform on a daily basis.

Academy participants will also get an in-depth look at the Rochester Police Department’s different units, including forensics, SWAT, accident reconstruction and its K9 officer. The program also offers an opportunity to experience hands-on training with the department’s computerized simulator and indoor shooting range.

The program also enables residents to better understand the rules, regulations and policies that police officers are sworn to follow, and provides a stronger sense of the broad range of responsibilities and challenges Rochester Police officers face in serving the community.

“This is an opportunity for residents and police officers to meet in a friendly setting and get to know one another on a more personal level,” said Capt. Todd Pinkham, who oversees the program. “I’m eager to welcome this year’s academy class, and I’m confident that it will once again be a fun and positive experience for citizens and officers alike.”

Classes will meet weekly on Tuesdays from 6 to 9 p.m.

Residents can visit Rochesterpd.org to print the required authorization forms. Applications can be submitted via email, fax, mail or in-person at the police station. All forms should be submitted to the attention of Capt. Pinkham. Prospective participants will be required to undergo a brief background and criminal records check.

Class size is limited, and applications must be submitted by Thursday, Feb. 22.

All participants must be 18 years of age or older, or 15 if accompanied by a parent.

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City of Rochester Has Agreement in Principle to Purchase Portion of Rochester Fair Property https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/02/13/city-rochester-agreement-principle-purchase-portion-rochester-fair-property/ https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/02/13/city-rochester-agreement-principle-purchase-portion-rochester-fair-property/#respond Tue, 13 Feb 2018 22:44:06 +0000 https://rochesternhnews.com/?p=1213 ROCHESTER-- Mayor Caroline McCarley and City Manager Dan Fitzpatrick announce that the City of Rochester has reached an agreement in principle to purchase a portion of the Rochester Fair property. 

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ROCHESTER– Mayor Caroline McCarley and City Manager Dan Fitzpatrick announce that the City of Rochester has reached an agreement in principle to purchase a portion of the Rochester Fair property.

Yesterday evening, a representative for the Rochester Agricultural and Mechanical Association (RAMA), which owns the Rochester Fair, notified City Attorney Terence O’Rourke that the organization’s board voted to accept the city’s offer of $450,000 in exchange for approximately 11 acres of property.

The City of Rochester anticipates that it would use the land to construct a new public works facility.

“This is an extremely positive development for the city, and I’m glad that we were able to come to a preliminary agreement,” Mayor McCarley said. “Having this land will ultimately benefit the city and its residents, and I’m eager to move ahead.”

“We have been working cooperatively with RAMA, and I’m pleased that those efforts have resulted in a mutually beneficial agreement,” City Manager Fitzpatrick. “This is an excellent opportunity to further modernize and streamline our city services for the direct benefit of our residents.”

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Parking Ban in Effect Tonight to Allow for Snow Removal https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/02/12/parking-ban-effect-downtown-overnight-monday/ https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/02/12/parking-ban-effect-downtown-overnight-monday/#respond Mon, 12 Feb 2018 18:49:14 +0000 https://rochesternhnews.com/?p=1206 Downtown Snow Removal 11PM Monday February 12, 2018 SNOW EMERGENCY DECLARATION DOWNTOWN PARKING BAN IN EFFECT February 12, 2018 11PM Snow Removal parking ban is in effect as of 11 PM on Monday February 12, 2018 through 6 AM on Tuesday February 13, 2018 in the areas defined below. The Department of Public Works will be working on snow removal in the two downtown …

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Downtown Snow Removal 11PM Monday February 12, 2018

SNOW EMERGENCY DECLARATION
DOWNTOWN PARKING BAN IN EFFECT
February 12, 2018 11PM

Snow Removal parking ban is in effect as of 11 PM on Monday February 12, 2018 through 6 AM on Tuesday February 13, 2018 in the areas defined below.

The Department of Public Works will be working on snow removal in the two downtown areas. The following streets will be affected:

Downtown area Rochester
South Main from Lambert to North Main
North Main St. From South Main to Maple
Wakefield Street from South Main to Union Street
Portland Street from Columbus Ave to Charles
All of Union Street, Bridge Street, Hanson Street, Central Ave and Liberty Street Granite St. Davyanne Locke Lane
Downtown area Gonic
Main Street from Colby Street to Pickering Road
All of Colby Street
Church Street from Main Street to rear entrance to Gonic Mill
Railroad Avenue from Pickering Rd to the Gonic School.

NO VEHICLE WITHOUT AN EXEMPTION PERMIT MAY BE PARKED ON THESE CITY STREETS OR IN CITY PARKING LOTS DURING THIS TIME PERIOD

In the future, when a snow emergency is declared in the “downtown areas”, the parking restrictions will be on the streets described above only.

If you have any questions please call the DPW at 332-4096

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Rochester City Manager To Retire This Summer https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/02/06/rochester-city-manager-retire-summer/ https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/02/06/rochester-city-manager-retire-summer/#respond Tue, 06 Feb 2018 22:07:31 +0000 https://rochesternhnews.com/?p=1187 Mayor Caroline McCarley announces that City Manager Dan Fitzpatrick will be retiring from his role at the end of June.

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Mayor Caroline McCarley announces that City Manager Dan Fitzpatrick will be retiring from his role at the end of June.

City Manager Fitzpatrick has served Rochester for the past seven years, capping a more than four decade career in government administration.

During his tenure in Rochester, he oversaw several critical projects, including a $5 million bridge that allowed Albany and Safran to expand its manufacturing operations in Rochester, as well as the renovation of the old fire and police station into a state-of -the-art City Hall Annex.

He also made transparency at City Hall a top priority, establishing monthly city manager reports and a more open budgeting process. In addition, he created and used the City Manager’s Corner program on the Rochester Government Channel to keep residents more informed about their city.

“Dan has made numerous meaningful and lasting contributions to our city that will have an impact on residents for years to come,” Mayor McCarley said. “I have no doubt he’ll continue to serve our community well throughout the remainder of his tenure.”

City Manager Fitzpatrick also spearheaded the renegotiation of a new contract with Waste Management that helped boost the city’s non-tax revenues and strengthen the company’s corporate citizenship in Rochester. He also oversaw the development of a franchise agreement with Comcast to foster cable competition in Rochester, marking the first cable overbuild in New Hampshire’s history.

“I’ve loved serving the residents and business owners of Rochester over the last seven years,” City Manager Fitzpatrick said. “I’m eager to continue working on behalf of our community members and look forward to what the future has in store.”

Fitzpatrick’s experience in city government spans multiple cities and more than four decades. Before arriving in Rochester, he served as a city manager in Augusta, Maine, Oak Park, Michigan, Peekskill, New York and Englewood, New Jersey.

His dedication to the cities he served resulted in numerous International City/County Management Association (ICMA) awards, including an Award of Excellence, Professional Award for Career Development and Program Excellence Award for Intergovernmental Relations, among others.

Fitzpatrick graduated cum laude from Marist College with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He received his master’s degree of business administration and his master’s of public administration from the State University of New York at Albany. He also graduated from the Program for Senior Executives in State and Local Government at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.

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Rochester Firefighter Earns City’s 2017 Employee of the Year Award https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/02/06/rochester-firefighter-earns-citys-2017-employee-year-award/ https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/02/06/rochester-firefighter-earns-citys-2017-employee-year-award/#respond Tue, 06 Feb 2018 16:49:49 +0000 https://rochesternhnews.com/?p=1184 City Manager Daniel Fitzpatrick and Fire Chief Mark Klose are pleased to report that Firefighter Matt Furtney has been named the City of Rochester's Employee of the Year for 2017. 

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City Manager Daniel Fitzpatrick and Fire Chief Mark Klose are pleased to report that Firefighter Matt Furtney has been named the City of Rochester’s Employee of the Year for 2017. 

Firefighter Furtney earned the recognition for his immense dedication to protecting the safety and welfare of Rochester’s residents throughout the year. He will be officially recognized at Employee Recognition Night on Friday, March 16, at the Elks Club.

In June, he spearheaded an effort by several Rochester firefighters to build a wheelchair ramp for an East Rochester resident, helping to make his home more accessible.

Additionally, in July, Firefighter Furtney showed extraordinary courage when he rescued a man at risk of drowning in the Cocheco River. First responders initially could not locate the man in the open water, but Firefighter Furtney was determined and initiated a search through dense brush and swampland. He was eventually able to locate the victim with a flashlight, allowing crews to reach him and pull him to safety.

“Matt sets an extraordinary example for our entire department of what it means to be a firefighter, and I’m proud of him for earning this honor,” Chief Klose said. “He’s someone that all of our firefighters look up to, and his commitment to excellence in service to the people of Rochester is something that we all admire.” 

Rochester’s Employee Recognition and Achievement Team selected Firefighter Furtney from a group of finalists that also included Firefighter Kaitlin Taatjes, who earned an honorable mention for her work in 2017.

“I want to congratulate Firefighter Furtney for earning this award, which represents his extraordinary contributions to the fire department and the city throughout 2017,” City Manager Fitzpatrick said. “He distinguished himself with his courage and willingness to go above and beyond the call of duty, and this honor is well deserved.”

Firefighter Furtney has been with the Rochester Fire Department since 2014. He was named the city’s Employee of the Month in September of 2017, and was nominated by Capt. Mark Avery.

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Video: City Manager’s Corner Introduces Rochester’s Chief Assessor and Provides Insight on the Assessment Process https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/01/31/video-city-managers-corner-introduces-rochesters-chief-assessor-provides-insight-assessment-process/ https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/01/31/video-city-managers-corner-introduces-rochesters-chief-assessor-provides-insight-assessment-process/#respond Wed, 31 Jan 2018 15:24:24 +0000 https://rochesternhnews.com/?p=1152 City Manager Dan Fitzpatrick is pleased to unveil the latest chapter of the City Manager’s Corner, in which he and new Chief Assessor Jonathan Rice discuss the complexities of property assessments.

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City Manager Dan Fitzpatrick is pleased to unveil the latest chapter of the City Manager’s Corner, in which he and new Chief Assessor Jonathan Rice discuss the complexities of property assessments.

The City Manager’s Corner, a video series in which City Manager Fitzpatrick and his staff discuss a variety of government topics, is released approximately every other month on the city’s video hub.

In the most recent installment, which you can watch by clicking here, City Manager Fitzpatrick first introduces residents to Rice. Together they then provide an overview of the assessment process in an effort to demystify property tax bills and the the work completed by the assessing department.

“New England cities and towns have historically relied on property taxes as a way to fund government services,” City Manager Fitzpatrick said. “We want taxpayers to understand the assessment process and how that ultimately impacts their tax bills.”

In the video, Rice breaks down different approaches to assessing property value and describes in brief what they mean, as well as how they’re applied to different properties.

“When looking at individual properties, we do everything we can to ensure the assessed value is in line with both the fair market value and that it is equitable when compared to similar properties within Rochester,” Rice said. “We also place a high value on making sure that all taxpayers’ concerns are heard and fairly evaluated.”

Taxpayers who disagree with their property’s assessed value have multiple options to have their assessments reconsidered. Fitzpatrick and Rice discuss those options at length, including talking directly with Rice, filing an abatement with the assessing office and — if neither of those provides a suitable resolution — appealing to the state agencies that oversee local assessments.

Taxpayers also have the option to appeal to the city’s Board of Assessors.

This program will be repeated many times on the City of Rochester Government Channel, MetroCast cable channel 26. For the cable schedule and more information about the government channel please visit: https://www.rochesternh.net/rochester-government-channel

 

For more information on the Rochester Assessing Department, visit its page on the city website or call the office directly at 603-332-5109.

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Rochester Boy Honored for Reporting City Hall Annex Fire https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/01/18/rochester-boy-honored-reporting-city-hall-annex-fire/ https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/01/18/rochester-boy-honored-reporting-city-hall-annex-fire/#respond Thu, 18 Jan 2018 14:52:33 +0000 https://rochesternhnews.com/?p=1089 Mayor Caroline McCarley and City Manager Daniel Fitzpatrick are pleased to announce that officials honored a young resident Tuesday night for reporting a fire that broke out inside the City Hall Annex last spring.

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ROCHESTER — Mayor Caroline McCarley and City Manager Daniel Fitzpatrick are pleased to announce that officials honored a young resident Tuesday night for reporting a fire that broke out inside the City Hall Annex last spring.

Logan Putnam, a 9-year-old fourth grade student at Chamberlain Street School, was recognized at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting by the members of the council, Mayor McCarley and representatives from CMGC, which had been contracted to complete renovation on the annex.  

During the meeting, Mayor McCarley presented Putnam with a certificate of appreciation from the city, and CMGC awarded him a $5,000 scholarship to be used for his post-secondary education.

On Friday, May 26, Rochester firefighters responded to the City Hall Annex after receiving a report from Putnam that the building was burning. Upon arrival, firefighters located an active fire burning in the ceiling above the second floor of the building and made an aggressive attack that extinguished the flames and prevented potentially catastrophic damage to the building. 

“Anyone who has been inside the City Hall Annex since it opened knows that it’s a tremendous resource for the city, and Logan’s quick thinking helped save it from what would have been a disastrous fire,” Mayor McCarley said. “We are all so grateful for his actions, and I’m pleased to be able to recognize him and thank him personally.”

The City Hall Annex, which in the past had served as a fire station and later a police station, opened in August following a restoration effort that was approximately a decade in the making. It now houses the Office of Economic and Community Development, Department of Building, Zoning and Licensing Services and the Planning Department.

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Rochester Public Library to Pay Tribute to Founding Librarian https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/01/11/rochester-public-library-pay-tribute-founding-librarian/ https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/01/11/rochester-public-library-pay-tribute-founding-librarian/#respond Thu, 11 Jan 2018 20:36:10 +0000 https://rochesternhnews.com/?p=1074 Director Brian Sylvester is pleased to announce that the Rochester Public Library will hold a reception in honor of Lillian E. Parshley, the city’s first librarian, and unveil a portrait of her that will hang in one of the two reading rooms.  The ceremony will take place at the library, 65 South Main St., Friday, …

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Director Brian Sylvester is pleased to announce that the Rochester Public Library will hold a reception in honor of Lillian E. Parshley, the city’s first librarian, and unveil a portrait of her that will hang in one of the two reading rooms. 

The ceremony will take place at the library, 65 South Main St., Friday, Jan. 26, at 2 p.m., and is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.

Parshley served as the city’s first librarian for more than half a century — from 1893 to 1945 — and oversaw the institution’s dramatic expansion over the course of her 52-year tenure as its leader. The ceremony honoring her is part of an ongoing celebration of the library’s 125th anniversary. 

The Rochester Public Library was established by a vote of the city council in June of 1893, after a concerted effort from the public led by the Grange and the Rochester Courier. The city’s first free public library was built from the collection held by the Rochester Social Library company, itself a city institution dating back to 1792. Roughly 2,000 volumes were donated to the new public library, and the city appropriated funds annually to maintain the building and collection. 

Parshley was born in Strafford and moved to Rochester as a young girl. She graduated from the Maple Street School — the city’s high school at the time — and worked briefly in her father’s insurance agency, where she was trained as a business executive. That training and experience led the first Rochester Board of Library Trustees to hand pick Parshley to oversee the newly-created organization. 

During her tenure, she stewarded the library through the construction of the stately Carnegie building in 1905 and oversaw that building’s renovation in 1941. The remodel included the installation of a second floor museum in what is now the Carnegie Gallery, featuring artwork from the Rochester Museum of Fine Arts.  

The portrait of Parshley had long been kept in a non-public special collections area within the library, along with other artifacts from its history, but will now be prominently displayed as a lasting tribute. 

“Lillian Parshley’s legacy lives on each and every day within the walls of the public library,” Director Sylvester said. “We are excited to be able to honor her and celebrate the work she did to make this invaluable institution everything it is today.”

Parshley oversaw the library until her passing in January 1945, and in that time guided its growth from a collection of 2,000 titles in a few small rooms to a thriving library of more than 40,000 titles housed in its own freestanding building.

Today, the Rochester Public Library is the seventh largest public library in New Hampshire, welcoming over 150,000 visitors annually and boasting a collection of more than 80,000 physical items as well as a burgeoning digital collection. 

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Regional Warming Shelter Opens in Rochester, Donations Being Accepted https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/01/04/regional-warming-shelter-opens-rochester-donations-accepted/ https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/01/04/regional-warming-shelter-opens-rochester-donations-accepted/#respond Thu, 04 Jan 2018 16:38:28 +0000 https://rochesternhnews.com/?p=1072 ROCHESTER -- The City of Rochester announces that a new 24-hour warming shelter has opened and will be accepting donations.

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ROCHESTER — The City of Rochester announces that a new 24-hour warming shelter has opened and will be accepting donations.

The new 24-hour warming shelter is located at the National Guard Armory, 106 Brock St. and will remain open for 24 hours a day until a decision is made to cease operations. Additional volunteers are needed for the duration of the shelter. Those who wish to sign up can do so by clicking here. To contact the warming shelter by phone, call 978-378-5094.

In order to assist with the ongoing homeless prevention efforts at the warming shelter and supporting agencies serving the homeless in the region, donations will be accepted at the Community Action Partnership of Strafford County office, located at 10 Cold Spring Manor. 

The Community Action Partnership of Strafford County office will be accepting donations on Friday Jan. 5 from 12-6 p.m. and Saturday, Jan. 6 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The following items are needed:

  • Winter jackets (adult sizes small through plus size for both men and women)
  • Winter boots (outdoor boots men and women sizes 7-12)
  • Snow pants (men and women all sizes)
  • Ski gloves and mittens
  • Subzero sleeping bags (new)
  • Sleeping mats for camping (new)
  • Large and extra-large duffel bags

Note: Donations must be new or slightly used and clean.

Gift cards in amounts ranging from $10-25 for the following:

  • Gas cards
  • Rite Aid/Walgreens/CVS
  • Salvation Army
  • Goodwill
  • Walmart
  • Market Basket
  • Dunkin Donuts
  • McDonald’s or Wendy’s

Monetary donations to purchase the following:

  • Bus passes from COAST (agencies can purchase as needed, donors can designate)
  • Hotels for bitterly cold nights or when shelters are booked
  • Special supplies such as formula, medication refills, etc.
  • Documentation such as driver’s license, birth certificate, etc. to help obtain services, medical benefits, military IDs
  • Transportation for clients that can access permanent living out of state with family but do not have the financial means to get there

In addition, clients are in need of specific services to help obtain transportation and housing, such as:

  • Car repair assessment and possible donated work or at a reduced rate
  • Legal assistance for housing and criminal issues
  • Available housing that accepts Section 8, VASH, or sliding scale

“We are so proud to see the community coming together to help those in need during this terrible weather,” Mayor Caroline McCarley said. “Anyone who is able to donate, even a few items of clothing or volunteering their time, is encouraged to do so.”

Donations can be made payable to Community Action Partnership of Strafford County. Please include Regional Emergency Consolidated Donations in the memo line. Donations can also be mailed to CAPSC, Attn: Advancement Office, PO Box 160, Dover, NH 03821-0160 or made online at straffordcap.org/donate. Please note Regional Emergency Consolidated Donations in the comments when making your online donation.

“This shelter will provide much needed relief for many residents in our community,” City Manager Dan Fitzpatrick said. “We hope that we will be able to serve even more people with the donation center opening tomorrow.”

Questions regarding donations should be directed to 603-435-2500 ext. 8138.

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Winter Storm Grayson: Rochester City Hall Closing at 11 a.m. https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/01/04/winter-storm-grayson-rochester-city-hall-closing-11-m/ https://rochesternhnews.com/2018/01/04/winter-storm-grayson-rochester-city-hall-closing-11-m/#respond Thu, 04 Jan 2018 15:41:35 +0000 https://rochesternhnews.com/?p=1070 Due to inclement weather, Rochester City Hall will close at 11 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 4.

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Due to inclement weather, Rochester City Hall will close at 11 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 4.

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