People and Property: Real Estate and Construction News From Around NH
Construction Industry Ethics Award nominations sought … and more
Nominations are being sought for the 26th annual New Hampshire Construction Industry Ethics Award, which is presented to “the individual, business or organization that, through words and deeds, best demonstrates a commitment to upholding the highest ethical standards in construction.” The award carries with it a plaque and $1,000 cash contribution to the recipient’s charity of choice. Nominations will be accepted through Feb. 21, with the recipient to be announced in the spring. Nomination guidelines may be obtained by contacting Plan NH at 603-452-PLAN, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kristin White St Cyr of The Dow Realty Group, Meredith, has been honored for achieving the firm’ highest sales volume for 2021. Her total volume of $34,534,000 in 2021 shows that she has “set herself apart from other agents as a premier luxury and waterfront specialist,” said Adam Dow, owner of the firm.
Decorative Interiors of Laconia Inc. has announced that Jolene Price has joined its team as director of finance and operations. Price is former director of finance and operations at 3W design inc. Concord.
Sean Clancy has been named the city of Portsmouth’s assistant city manager for economic development, succeeding Nancy Carmer, who is retiring after 36 years with the city government. Clancy, associate vice president, marketing and engagement, at Great Bay Community College, will start his new job on March 14.
Meredith Village Savings Bank has purchased $25,000 in tax credits through the NH Community Development Finance Authority in support of the capital campaign for Hope on Haven Hill’s new multi-purpose program center in Rochester. Hope on Haven Hill provides gender-responsive residential, outpatient and recovery support substance use disorder services for pregnant, post-partum and parenting women in New Hampshire.