Littleton:Business Leaders, Lawmakers Push For Community College Funding

Benoit Lamontagne, left, North Country industrial agent for the N.H. Department of Business and Economic Affairs; state Sen. Lou D'Allesandro, D-Manchester; and Chuck Lloyd, president of the White Mountains Community College, tour the Chapman property in Littleton on Wednesday. The tour was designed to show D'Allesandro, vice-chairman of the Senate Capital Budget Committee, the plan to turn the property into a community college location. (Photo by Robert Blechl)

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