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Planning Board Hearing

TOWN OF BETHLEHEM Public Notice Wednesday August 26, 2020 PLANNING BOARD HEARING ZOOM electronic meeting 6:00pm   MASKS ARE MANDATORY IN THE TOWN BUILDING On Wednesday August 26, 2020, the Bethlehem Planning Board will hold a public hearing to receive an application for a proposed lot line adjustment & lot merger plan for the Property […]

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Town Clerk/Tax Collector Closed Until August 14th

Town Clerk/Tax Collector office will be closed until August 14th. Vehicle registrations – unless it is vehicle that has not been registered – can still be done on the town website using a credit card. Many other functions are also possible on the town website. Go to the website and scroll down to the bottom […]

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07/30/20 Bethlehem Energy Commission Meeting

Bethlehem Energy Commission Bethlehem Gazebo Thursday July 30, 6:30pm Agenda Mission: The Bethlehem Energy Commission was established for the study and planning of energy resources for the town. The commission will evaluate existing energy usage in the town and suggest possible improvements in energy efficiency and conservation, as well as potential clean renewable energy solutions […]

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Bethlehem News | July 28, 2020

Bethlehem News | July 28, 2020

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Check Out the Jobs Section for New Job Postings

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Planning Board Hearing 6:00 pm
Planning Board Hearing
Aug 26 @ 6:00 pm
Planning Board Hearing
TOWN OF BETHLEHEM Public Notice Wednesday August 26, 2020 PLANNING BOARD HEARING ZOOM electronic meeting 6:00pm   MASKS ARE MANDATORY IN THE TOWN BUILDING On Wednesday August 26, 2020, the Bethlehem Planning Board will hold[...]
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2017 COUNTRY CLUB RATES

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Country Club Realtor RFP’s

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Bethlehem was first established in 1774 as Lloyd’s Hill, the last of the provincial land grants. This was probably because James Lloyd, for whom the town was named, was a loyalist. Voters elected to change the name to Bethlehem following the Revolution. This was done on the last Christmas Day of the century and the town was so incorporated on December 27, 1799. Bethlehem is nestled in the beautiful White Mountain Region, “The North Country”, surrounded by National Forests and pristine natural beauty, just north of Franconia Notch. The town is a superb destination for year-round outdoor sports and activities and offers a perfect base for visitors to the many nearby White Mountain attractions.

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