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News: December 2017

Town Releases Final Figures On Resigned Chiefs’ Earnings

BRISTOL — Former fire chief Steve Yannuzzi and former police chief Michael Lewis earned a combined $159,556 in their final years with the town, according to figures released this week.

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Committee Recommends Scaled-Back Building Project

BRISTOL — Responding to complaints that the cost of renovating the Bristol Municipal Building into a police station and building a new town hall was too high, the Bristol Space Needs Committee now recommends a narrower-scope project that would meet basic needs.

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Bristol Considers Hiring Data Analytics Firm
To Boost Economic Development

BRISTOL — The wealth of personal information that people knowingly and unknowingly provide through government registrations, credit card transactions, business loyalty programs, online activity, social media quizzes, and other day-to-day activities is information that businesses find valuable when deciding where to locate or expand. It is the kind of information that propelled the Fort Worth-based data analytics firm Buxton from a concept in 1994 to a national company with 4,000 clients in 2017, and Director of Sales Chris Gracela wants Bristol to be one of them.

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Rising School District Assessments Boosting Tax Rates

BRISTOL — Most towns in the Newfound Area School District found their local education tax rates increasing between 9.1 and 103.8 percent, although Alexandria had a 16.6 percent decrease. Bridgewater’s property tax rate had not yet been set by the New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration as of the first of the week.

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Former Police Chief Is Subject of County Investigation

BRISTOL — The Grafton County Attorney’s Office has confirmed that it is conducting an investigation into allegations against former Bristol Police Chief Michael Lewis.

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