Daily Archives: March 8, 2018

Approximately $142,000 Missing From Library Capital Donations Fund

The library-addition warrant article that will be presented at Town Meeting next week would “authorize the withdrawal of Four Hundred Sixteen Thousand Dollars ($416,000.00) from the existing Library Capital Reserve Fund and Four Hundred Ten Thousand Dollars ($410,000.00) from the … Continue reading

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Can We Vote in the Upcoming UNH Student Elections?

But what if someone feels like they are a UNH student or they intend to become one in the near future? It is a well know fact that out-of-state tuition-paying college students are encouraged to tip political elections in New Hampshire. … Continue reading

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Sununu’s deregulation push gets support

CONCORD — Gov. Chris Sununu’s deregulation initiative got another shot in the arm Wednesday as the House voted to set up a 10-member commission to review the existing system of occupational licensing in the state. Proponents of the bill, HB 1685, … Continue reading

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N.H. House Votes Approaching

Update: a heavy House agenda and a session-shortening snowstorm have moved the votes on these bills to Thursday, March 15, 2018. Tuesday, March 6, begins what might be a three-day session for the New Hampshire House. The representatives have an … Continue reading

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Windham High School’s National Walk-Out Day Agenda

Stephen M. Sierpina, the Principal of Windham High School, sent out a letter outlining the school’s plans for Wednesday, March 14th. That’s supposed to be a nation-wide school walkout day to inspire Congress to pass stricter gun laws. Dumb. | Keep … Continue reading

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NH: Educrat vs. camera

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Library Warrant Article in Violation of State Law

The current placement of the first two warrant articles to be voted on at Town Meeting is incorrect and not allowed by law, Town Moderator Dan Barnard confirmed to me yesterday. These are the warrant articles in question, in the … Continue reading

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