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News: March 2018

‘Pledge Your Age’ Campaign To Boost Scholarships

BRISTOL — The board of the Blakeley-Mills Newfound Regional Scholarship Foundation is looking to engage more alumni in both giving and social activities.

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Newfound School Board’s Stance Feeds Residents’ Anger

BRISTOL — Five weeks after Bristol resident Archie Auger questioned the legality of including capital improvement items in the school district’s default budget, the Newfound Area School Board is delaying discussion on the complaint, further alienating taxpayers who say they feel they can no longer trust the board.

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Snow Days Pose Challenge For School District

BRISTOL — The Newfound Area School District has had nine no-school days due to winter snowstorms, just one behind the Shaker Regional School District, where there were 10 snow days and the school year is likely to extend into late June.

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Bristol Settles Lawsuit By Former Police Officer

BRISTOL — The town has paid $21,000 to settle a lawsuit by a former Bristol police officer who was seeking compensation for every hour he spent to gain certification at the New Hampshire Police Standards and Training Academy.

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Bristol Voters Table Building Project, Trim Budget

BRISTOL — The two-year effort to find a solution to space and safety concerns at the Bristol Municipal Building may end up with a different outcome than anyone expected if the town is able to come to an agreement with LRGHealthcare on the purchase of the Newfound Family Practice building.

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Voters Reject Budget; Lawsuit In The Wings

BRISTOL — Residents of the Newfound Area School District trimmed $277,762 in spending by rejecting the proposed 2018-19 budget on March 13, but they stand to save another $712,300 if they prevail in a lawsuit challenging how the administration calculated the default budget.

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Residents Protest Default Budget; Superintendent Calls Police

BRISTOL — A contingent of selectmen and residents of the Newfound Area School District took the school board to task for placing $712,300 in new capital expenditures into the district’s default budget, with their anger prompting the superintendent to seek police assistance on March 12.

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Selectmen Name Millstream Park

BRISTOL — Moving forward with plans for a kiosk and informational signs at the former Millstream property, the Bristol Board of Selectmen also decided to give the town-owned parcel a name: Millstream Park.

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No Default Budget Discussion Until Day Before Vote

BRISTOL — School Board Chair Jeff Levesque of Groton has decided to let the clock run out on opportunities to correct the Newfound Area School District’s default budget, waiting until the day before residents cast their votes to discuss an apparent error that added $712,300 in new spending into the backup budget.

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