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News: April 2017

Selectmen Reverse Position On Police Chief’s Safety Warning

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — Selectmen got behind Police Chief Michael Lewis in his decision to issue a public warning about the discovery of a hypodermic needle near Kelley Park, and Deb Naro, executive director of Communities for Alcohol and Drug-Free Youth (CADY) in Plymouth, offered to assist in getting the point across.

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No To Special Election, Yes To New Cruiser

And Thanks To Retiring Firefighter

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — The Bristol Board of Selectmen joined other towns in Grafton County District 9 in deciding to leave a state representative’s seat vacant until the next election cycle in the fall of 2018.

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If There’s Money Available, NHCS Will Get Playground Funding

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — A tax-capped budget did not allow the funding of new playground equipment at the New Hampton Community School, but now the PTO will receive as much as $15,000 from the Newfound Area School District toward the cost of the equipment, provided there is enough money in the unreserved fund balance at the end of the year.

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Committee Retained For Town Building Project

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — The space needs committee, whose initial charge ended when it submitted its recommendations last December, will continue — possibly under a different name — as the town moves forward with plans to build a new town office building and to turn over the existing municipal building to the police department.

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Alexandria Selectmen Face Challenges

By Thomas P. Caldwell

ALEXANDRIA — Questions about the legality of the town’s storm-delayed elections were of little concern as the newest selectman, Chet Caron, joined other members of the Alexandria Board of Selectmen on April 4 to discuss more pressing matters — like the defeat of a proposed building permit ordinance.

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Sellers Appeals Bristol Election Results

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — Selectman candidate John Sellers, who lost the March 14 municipal election by 17 votes and a March 23 recount by 16 votes, has filed action in Grafton County Superior Court to invalidate the results, based on the handling of 30 absentee ballots and an error in listing the number of open seats on the Bristol Budget Committee.

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