The Town Council hears an update at LNG on Old Mill Lane in Portsmouth, an upcoming meeting with the state Auditor General and other items of local interest Monday night.
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MIDDLETOWN MEETING MATTERS
MIDDLETOWN TOWN COUNCIL
When: Monday night.
Where: Middletown Town Hall, 350 East Main Road.
- Learned there will be an upcoming meeting between Town and educational staff with the state Auditor General about the School Department’s ongoing financial issues. A specific date for that sit-down was not discussed, but the goal of the session is to make sure everyone is on the same page.
- Got a briefing from Town Solicitor Peter B. Regan about the status of National Grid’s plans to intensify the use of its liquified natural gas facility on Old Mill Lane , a project opposed by the Town and a number of other parties. “They want to take the cheap way out, not the safe way out,” council President Paul M. Rodrigues said after Regan wrapped up.
- Approved food and liquor licenses for Flatwaves restaurant at a new location at 499 East Main Road, which was the longtime home of the Middletown Grange. Town staff said it was not clear when the restaurant would open.
Next meeting: Monday, May 2, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. in Town Hall.