Liberty Independent Media Project

PO Box 939 • Winnisquam NH 03289 pm@libertymedianh.org

 

www.libertymedianh.org

 

Value2Me

If you like this story and want to see more like it, please make a contribution in any amount by clicking on the Value2Me button.

You also may provide ongoing support to the Liberty Independent Media Project by investing through automatic monthly payments.

If you prefer, you can target your support to specific needs of the project by clicking on the button below:

I'd like to assist with the expense of:

The Liberty Independent Media Project carries a 501(c)(3) designation as a charitable non-profit organization under the Internal Revenue Service Code. With this designation, contributions to support the project are deductible under Section 170 of the Code. In addition, bequests, devices, transfers, and gifts are allowed under sections 2055, 2106, or 2522 of the Code.

 

News: February 2017

Officials Address Poor Quality of Recordings

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — Staff training and use of a signal-splitter to allow for a backup audio recording device will ensure that the public will be able to review school board discussions without the technical problems that have plagued many of the recent video recordings, according to officials.

Read More

Selectmen Hear Pros and Cons on Official Ballot Act

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — Residents asked questions during the first two public hearings, but it was the third hearing by the Bristol Board of Selectmen on Feb. 16 that elicited the most discussion. That hearing was on a petitioned warrant article that would replace the traditional town meeting with separate deliberative and voting sessions under the Official Ballot Act, RSA 40:13, commonly known as SB2.

Read More

Bristol Budget Battle Ahead

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — The Bristol Board of Selectmen is poised for a battle at Town Meeting over the Bristol Budget Committee’s proposed operating budget of $5,931,480 for 2017, a figure that is $249,166 less than what the selectmen were proposing.

Read More

Voters Increase School Budget

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — Voters attending the Newfound Area School District’s deliberative session on Feb. 4 increased the proposed operating budget by $800,000, giving the school board the money it says it needs to replace the roof on Newfound Regional High School.

Read More

Police Chief Refutes Negative Report

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — Police Chief Michael Lewis says a news story that labeled Bristol the 11th most dangerous place to live in New Hampshire was taking valid statistics from a single year to offer a picture that had nothing to do with reality.

Read More

A Fully Staffed Fire Department And A Town Warrant

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — Prior to setting the warrant for the March Town Meeting, Selectmen brought the Bristol Fire Department back to full staffing on Feb. 2 with the hiring of firefighter AEMT Gordon Ellinwood, chosen from 18 applicants for the position.

Read More

Elections To Return To Old Town Hall

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — Town elections will return to the Old Town Hall on Summer Street this March.

Read More

Budget Committee Ponders Response To ‘Intimidation’

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — What began with a member of the budget committee stopping by the Bristol Municipal Building to make copies of documents he wanted to share at the first budget discussion has become an ongoing matter of contention after a town employee circulated copies of the notes among the department heads and selectmen prior to the budget meeting.

Read More

Deliberative Session This Saturday

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — Voters will be gathering at Newfound Regional High School on Feb. 4 at 10 a.m. for the Newfound Area School District’s deliberative session, where they will have a chance to make amendments to the warrant before it goes onto the March ballot.

Read More

Copyright © 2017 Liberty Independent Media Project • All Rights Reserved