The Select Board on Monday accepted $150,000 in unanticipated state money for town roads

LITTLETON — The Select Board on Monday accepted $150,000 in unanticipated state money for town roads, funding that comes out of a New Hampshire Senate bill At the start of their regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, the board held a public hearing for the acceptance of expenditures of funds from the New Hampshire Department of Transportation for a special one-time payment in the amount of $150,266.08. The money is specifically for funding the maintenance, construction, and reconstruction of Class IV and V highways, which comprise many of the roads in Littleton.