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News: February 2018

School Board Chair Dismisses Default Budget Concerns

BRISTOL — School Board Chair Jeff Levesque of Groton says there’s no problem with the Newfound Area School District’s default budget, and he won’t call a special meeting to address Archie Auger’s concerns.

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A Third Option Beyond Traditional Town Meeting and SB2

BRISTOL — The arguments are the same each year during public hearings on the potential adoption of RSA 40:13, commonly known as SB2.

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Amidst Continued Resistance, A Backup For Town Hall?

BRISTOL — The dozen residents who attended an informational presentation on plans to build a new town hall and renovate the Bristol Police Station heaped praise upon the space needs committee for its efforts in coming up with a solution for overcrowding at the Bristol Municipal Building, but some said they still felt uneasy about the cost and were unsure whether they would vote for the project.

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Animal Cruelty Cases Spawn New Legislation

Four major animal cruelty cases in New Hampshire over the past year have gotten the attention of legislators in Concord, and there are competing House and Senate bills to address the problem.

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Petitioned Articles To Appear  On Bristol Warrant

BRISTOL — Voters will be facing petitioned warrant articles to allow businesses to offer keno gambling and to replace the traditional town meeting with official ballot voting during this year’s Town Meeting on Saturday, March 17.

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Town Faces Dispute With Karyl Court Condo Association

BRISTOL — Karyl Court, the former Beech Street Apartments, has a long history of complaints by the town, but at the end of 2014, with water and sewer bills remaining unpaid and the building’s electricity having been shut off, Bristol decided it was time to take action and stopped its water supply.

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Glassett Hopes To Continue Progress As Selectman

BRISTOL — Robert “Rob” Glassett, the current chair of the Bristol Budget Committee, is vying with his vice-chair for a seat on the Bristol Board of Selectmen.

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Anderson Seeks Selectman’s Seat

BRISTOL — Wayne Anderson has decided to bring his business background to bear on the issues confronting the town of Bristol and is throwing his hat into the ring in hopes of winning Paul Manganiello’s seat on the board of selectmen.

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Tax Money To Decrease Borrowing For Building Project

BRISTOL — Selectmen hope to sweeten the incentive for building a new town hall and renovating the existing home of the Bristol Police Department by foregoing some of the set-asides the town normally makes for future capital purchases and, instead, applying that money to the town building project.

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Bristol Increases Ambulance Rates

BRISTOL — Selectmen have adopted new ambulance rates suggested by Fire Chief Ben LaRoche to meet the increases in operational costs.

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Hebron Man Indicted On Sexual, Bodily Assault

HAVERHILL — A Grafton County Superior Court Grand Jury handed up several indictments during its January session, including several involving Central New Hampshire residents.

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Choate Pleads Not Guilty To Animal Cruelty Charges

BRISTOL — Court proceedings in an animal cruelty case involving a Bristol woman who lost 36 dogs in building fires on Chestnut Street last fall are scheduled to continue with a trial management conference on Feb. 15.

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