Category Archives: Property Rights

Why Albany NH Struggles: Most of the Town is Federal Land

ALBANY — While the White Mountain National Forest brings thousands of recreation-minded visitors to the area each year, hosting the forest isn’t always fun for the small town of Albany. Albany selectmen say the town has gotten overwhelmed by the … Continue reading

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Dana Loesch: Meet the violence of leftist radicals with truth


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Henniker: “Progress” Comes to a Progressive Town in New Hampshire

Henniker, “The Only Henniker On Earth,” a liberal enclave funded by a small college and existing for the benefit of a few wealthy, connected locals. The small town just went through an agonizing experience. In the face of overwhelming vocal … Continue reading

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Group aims to save New Hampshire farmland

KENSINGTON, N.H. (AP) – A conservation group is working to protect a family-owned dairy farm in New Hampshire to ensure that it will not be developed in decades to come. The owners of Bodwell Farm in Kensington agreed to sell … Continue reading

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Businesses Destroyed During Riots Sue City Officials for Failing to Prevent Damage

The April 2015 Baltimore riots caused a great deal of damage to local businesses.  Former Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is reported to have told police to stand down and insisted that the lawless mobs be given “space” to destroy private … Continue reading

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Court Sides With NH Towns Over Utilities in Tax Dispute

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire Supreme Court has ruled against two utilities seeking to reduce their property taxes in dozens of towns across the state. Eversource and the New Hampshire Electric Cooperative sought tax abatements from a total … Continue reading

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Steve Forster Has Friends Over – Neighbor Tattles to Town

Do you want to live in a town where government officials tell you who can come and enjoy your property? That is exactly what (Henniker) Town Administrator Trovato wrote to Mr. Forster in a letter dated September 1, 2015. Letter … Continue reading

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