LAKE TODD VILLAGE DISTRICT: HOME

District Officials

Commissioners:
Stephen Snyder
(2013-2016)
William Weiler
(2012-2015)
Federico Montanari
(2011-2014)

Moderator:
Carol Tonkin
(2013-2014 )

Clerk:
Cindy Snyder
(2013-2014)

Treasurer:
Margie Weiler
(2013-2014)

History

Lake Todd Village District was formed in 2004 by the litoral owners of Lake Todd, located in Bradford and Newbury, New Hampshire, in accordance with New Hampshire Revised Statutes. These statutes allow formation of Village Districts for the purpose of the impoundment of water and for the purpose of the supply of water for domestic and fire purposes, which may include the protection of the source of supply. This process was completed in accordance with NH law, specifically RSA 52, "Village Districts", and the District continues to conduct its activities in accordance with these statutes.

Meetings and Postings

Annual meetings are held on the last Saturday in June of each year pursuant to RSA 52:12. These meetings are preceded by a budget hearing held on the last Saturday of May. Prior to the Annual Meeting both the warrant and the proposed budget are posted at the meeting location, in the Bradford Post Office and outside the Newbury Town Office and also on this web site's Information page.

Hearing minutes and many other important documents are also available in the Information page.

Dam Maintenance and Other Activities

A Calendar is available of District activities such as meetings, dam maintenance, lake water testing, highway clean-up, and the summer social. Some of these activities are a heritage from the Lake Todd Association whose members formed the District.

Check the Lake Todd Times link to see current and back issues of our newsletter.

Check the Water Testing link to see water quality reports by year, some details of the testing, and example graphs.

And check the Photo Album link for a few pictures and aso the LTVD and Lake NEWS link.

Here also is a link to a very large file (4.7MB) with a report from 2009 about a search for exotic plants on the lake with primer on their identificaion. So far so good, but PLEASE be vigilant and always clean any boat or trailer you put in the lake.