Daily Archives: December 19, 2017

Education savings accounts are the next stage in New Hampshire’s tradition of providing public funding for educational opportunities

Concord, N.H.—The Granite Institute today released two new reports to help policymakers, community leaders, and education advocates understand K-12 education savings accounts or ESAs. The first report explores New Hampshire’s history of providing public funding for children to learn at … Continue reading

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Balsams Loan Guarantee Moves Ahead, But Financing Questions Remain

DIXVILLE NOTCH — The effort to reopen the Balsams Resort has taken a “significant step forward on financing” with a request for a loan guarantee being filed with the state’s Business Finance Authority, Scott Tranchemontagne, a spokesman for the resort … Continue reading

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Bedford, N.H. Police Offer Holiday Safety Tips

BEDFORD, N.H. — With the holiday season upon us, Chief John J. Bryfonski and the Bedford Police Department seek to provide citizens with vital information that can keep them, their belongings, and their homes safe. “I encourage all residents and … Continue reading

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Republican Review Newsletter Issue 29 – Message from the Majority Leader

It’s been an exciting week as Speaker Chandler announced several additions to the House Leadership Team, and as we prepare for the upcoming House session. Here are several important scheduling announcements that appear in the most recent House calendar | … Continue reading

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State purchases 672 acres to create wildlife management area

RINDGE — New Hampshire Fish and Game now owns about 672 acres of land in Rindge and Fitzwilliam that it plans to call the Pearly Lake Wildlife Management Area. Fish and Game purchased the property for $765,000 from a private land … Continue reading

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NH rep seeks to repeal state timber tax

The NH Timberland Owners Association doesn’t have any great love of the state timber tax, but they don’t like a bill that would repeal it. House Bill 1470 would repeal the “normal yield tax on timber” because it is “discriminatory … Continue reading

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Bills Held Over to 2018

On January 3 and 4, one of the first actions of our NH Legislators will be to vote on retained bills from the 2017 session. You may want to voice your opinion on the following bills before January 3. |Keep … Continue reading

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