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News: October 2017

Town Accepts $153,155 Conservation Grant

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — Selectmen on Oct. 19 accepted a grant that will allow the next phase of work on the Bristol Falls Park to get underway in mid-November.

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Police Arrest 22-Year-Old After Bristol Explosion

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — Police have filed reckless conduct and riot charges against a 22-year-old New Hampton man associated with a loud explosion that rocked the Newfound Region on Oct. 7.

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Ayers Island Among Plants Slated For Sale

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — The hydroelectric dam at Ayers Island is among the power plants being sold as part of a $258.3 million agreement to complete electric deregulation in the state, according to Eversource media relations manager Martin Murray.

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Budget Season Arrives For Newfound District

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — The Newfound Area School Board will get its first look at the administration’s proposed budget for 2018-19 on Monday, Oct. 23, and will have three weeks to approve it or make any modifications before it goes to the Newfound Area School District Budget Committee on Nov. 21.

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Building Committee Chair Ponders Appropriate
Acknowledgement Of 117-Year-Old Bequest

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — When a resident attending a public forum on plans for the Bristol Municipal Building raised the issue of the Mason bequest, Committee Chair Edward “Ned” Gordon said the philanthropist “should be recognized in some way for his contribution”.

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Selectmen Accept Police Chief’s Resignation

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — Police Chief Michael Lewis, whom the Bristol Board of Selectmen placed on administrative leave on Sept. 5, has resigned, effective Oct. 4.

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Right-To-Know Request Sheds Some Light
On Bristol Police Department Turnover

By Thomas P. Caldwell

BRISTOL — A local resident’s right-to-know request has shown that six officers have left the Bristol Police Department since March 2016. One of them has filed a lawsuit against the town, seeking additional overtime pay to cover every hour he spent at the NH Police Standards and Training Academy to gain his certification.

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