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Category: Town News

  • 2014 Troy Election Day results

    Troy voters approve sign ordinance amendment Posted: Wednesday, March 12, 2014 12:00 pm TROY — Voters in Troy overwhelmingly agreed to tighten the town’s sign ordinance and rules for converting dwellings into apartments in a pair of zoning amendments Tuesday. Signs will be allowed to be internally lit provided no light leaves the property or […]

  • 2014 Troy Town Meeting Results

    Troy voters approve community center, nix study to withdraw from school district By Kyle Jarvis Sentinel Staff | Posted: Thursday, March 13, 2014 3:00 pm TROY — A long-planned community center project is moving forward after voters gave the OK at Wednesday night’s annual town meeting. About 75 residents attended the 3½-hour meeting, or just […]

  • National Reading Day at Troy School

    Troy families celebrate reading with cookies, characters and free books By KAITLIN MULHERE Sentinel Staff | Posted: Sunday, February 2, 2014 8:00 am The gasp spread slowly at first through the crowd at Troy Elementary School. But as parents nudged and pointed, each of the students’ heads whipped around toward the doors to see a […]

  • Private donation of $179,000 is made to cover cost of Community Center at Sand Dam

    YOU CAN MAKE A COMMUNITY CENTER AT SAND DAM  A REALITY!!! at NO COST to TAXPAYERS!! Just vote yes at town meeting  Great News! A private donation of $179,000.00 has been secured and will be combined with existing funds to insure there will be no burden of cost to the taxpayers for significant improvements at […]

  • Monadnock district budget proposal survives cut attempt by Troy Selectmen – Keene Sentinel 2-9-2014

    Monadnock district budget proposal survives cut attempt By Meghan Foley Sentinel Staff | Posted: Sunday, February 9, 2014 8:00 am SWANZEY CENTER — How low can the proposed 2014-15 budget for the Monadnock Regional School District go? According to one Troy selectman, more than the $31,710,655 settled on by the school district’s budget committee last […]

  • Troy seeks to study leaving Monadnock school district – Keene Sentinel 1-5-2014

    Troy seeks to study leaving Monadnock school district – Keene Sentinel 1-5-2014 Troy seeks to study leaving Monadnock school district By Meghan Foley Sentinel Staff Posted: Wednesday, February 5, 2014 TROY — A group of Troy residents, including three town officials, have backed a petition warrant article that, if approved, would put the Monadnock Regional […]

  • Keene Sentinel article about 12/12 Selectmen meeting about Town Taxes

    Troy officials aim to reassure residents about town finances By Meghan Foley Sentinel Staff | Posted: Friday, December 13, 2013 12:00 pm TROY — Troy isn’t going bankrupt. Town officials adamantly made that point on multiple occasions during a meeting about the town’s financial situation Thursday night. They also said they expect the town will […]

  • State won’t help Troy with money woes

    State won’t help Troy with money woes By Meghan Foley Sentinel Staff | Posted: Thursday, December 5, 2013 12:00 pm TROY — Troy’s money woes won’t be solved by a bailout from the state. The N.H. Executive Council ruled Wednesday not to accept the town’s application for a $953,668 loan to pay its expenses through […]

  • Meeting Regarding Troy’s Taxes 12/12/2013 @ 6:30p

    FYI: Meeting to discuss the town’s tax situation with the Select Board on Thursday, December 12 at 6:30pm in the Gay-Kimball Library.

  • Troy asks state for nearly $1 million loan

    Troy asks state for nearly $1 million loan By Meghan Foley Sentinel Staff | Posted: Saturday, November 23, 2013 8:00 am TROY — Local officials are asking for nearly $1 million from the state to help the town pay its bills through the end of January 2014. The Troy Board of Selectmen has submitted an […]