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News: March 2017

Newfound Board Still Grappling With Audio Problems

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — The Newfound Area School Board thought it had solved the problem of poor audio quality on its meeting videos, but in the two meetings since it defeated a motion to use an independent backup recording device, the first video lost sound after the first few minutes and the second was barely audible throughout.

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Bristol Budget Battle Plays Out at Town Meeting

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — The quarter-million-dollar difference between what the Bristol Board of Selectmen deemed necessary to operate the town and the budget committee’s recommendation in the warrant article for Town Meeting fueled an idealogical battle on March 18, as voters attempted to decide what would constitute a reasonable spending amount. After multiple amendments and attempts to amend the figure, the budget ended up much closer to the budget committee’s recommendation, with a final figure of $5,968,800.

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Honoring A Revered Bristol Resident

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — “I’m very honored to be chosen for this,” said Harold “Bub” Sheffield after Chair Shaun Lagueux presented him with a copy of the Bristol Town Report, which selectmen had dedicated to the World War II veteran.

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Planning And Talking Trash

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — The town is moving forward with plans to reconfigure its solid waste transfer station.

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