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News: April 2018

Selectmen Review Transfer Station Contract

BRISTOL — Having awarded the contract for the first phase of work at the town’s transfer station to one of its own members, the Bristol Board of Selectmen publicly reviewed the bidding process during its April 19 meeting.

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McIntire Sworn In As Bristol’s New Police Chief

BRISTOL — James McIntire has taken the oath as the new chief of the Bristol Police Department.

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Selectmen Take 50 Percent Pay Cut

BRISTOL — Setting the tone for 50 percent cuts in many of the items that had been included in the 2018 town budget, members of the Bristol Board of Selectmen halved their own compensation, reducing the amount from $16,000 to $8,000.

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Coming Together On The Default Budget

BRISTOL — An attempt to end seven weeks of acrimony between the Newfound Area School Board and residents of the seven towns making up the school district succeeded in bringing a calmer and more respectful tone to the conversation over the default budget, but the dispute will not be resolved until at least mid-May.

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Recycling No Longer Profitable

BRISTOL — Reduce-Reuse-Recycle. Or maybe just Reduce-Reuse.

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School District Formally Transfers Former Hebron School

BRISTOL — Voters of the Newfound Area School District thought they had donated a school building on the village common to the Town of Hebron many years ago, but no deed was ever passed, so now they’re trying again.

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