Notices are shown in chronological order, with the most recent notices shown first. Older notices may be found in the archive at the bottom of this page.

Budget Hearing

Notice is hereby given pursuant to RSA 32:5, that the Board of Selectmen will conduct a public hearing at the Meeting House on Tuesday, February 7, 2012 at 5:30 P.M. to receive public input regarding the Town’s proposed annual budget. Sharon residents are invited to attend.

Planning Board Hearing

Public Notice

The Sharon Planning Board will conduct a hearing on Thursday, January 26, 2012 7:00 PM at the Sharon Meeting House to discuss and hear comments from the public concerning two proposed zoning ordinances relative to Telecommunications Facilities and Broadband Facilities. 

Copies of the proposed ordinances are posted on the Meeting House bulletin board and will also be available on the Town web site ( prior to the hearing.

Planning Board

The Planning Board will hold a special meeting to consider possible changes to the Sharon Zoning Ordinances.  The meeting will be held on Monday, January 16, 2012, 6:00 PM at the Sharon Meeting House.

Party Affiliation

If you would like to switch your party affiliation from Democrat to Republican, Republican to Democrat, or either of those to Undeclared, there are only 2 days this year when you can switch.

January 24 between 7:00 pm and 7:30 pm


June 5 between  7:00 pm and 7:30 pm

at the Sharon Meeting House.

Sharon Primary Results

January 10, 2012

Total on checklist = 268
69 Rep
89 Dem
110 Und

13 Same day registration (not included above)
2 Rep
1 Dem
10 Und

Dem Results
51 Obama

Rep Results
3 Gingrich
23 Huntsman
23 Paul
1 Perry
1 Roemer
47 Romney
9 Santorum

159 residents voted (that includes absentee ballots and new registrations).
Thank you for participating.

Rory Goff
Deputy Moderator

NH Primary

Tuesday, January 10 2012 is Primary Day in NH. You may vote at the Town Meeting House between 11:00 am and 7:00 pm.

This is a party primary, which means that you will have to declare as a Democrat or a Republican if you are registered as Undeclared (Independent), but you may return to Undeclared after voting.

Democrats may not realize it, but there may be as many as 14 candidates on the Democratic ballot, not just one as many people believe. Your vote is important.

Please vote on Tuesday.