Two candidates are vying for one open three-year term on the Littleton Select Board.
LITTLETON — The Board of Selectmen are firming up their plans for the Emergency Medical Services Advisory Committee and during their next meeting later this month are expected to appoint some residents who have expressed an interest in serving on the committee.
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SUTTON — More than 75 residents gathered in the multi-purpose room of the Sutton Village School to partake in the treasured ritual of Vermont Town Meeting Day. It was one of only two Northeast Kingdom communities to meet in person.
Using the virtual Zoom teleconferencing platform and taking pre-submitted questions from residents, a meet-the-candidates night for Dalton was held last week to allow those candidates running for town moderator and the select board to highlight their priorities if elected.
BURKE — A question before voters on today’s Town Meeting ballot doesn’t even bind the town to a decision either way, but it garnered the most discussion at an informational meeting Monday evening.
There was only one member of the public in attendance in the St. Johnsbury School Band Room for Monday night’s Town Meeting information session.
St. Johnsbury voters will have to decide two contested races for public office on Town Meeting day.
ST. JOHNSBURY — The town and the chamber are giving townspeople a chance to learn more about candidates running for office in Tuesday’s election.
The three-member Waterford select board could soon become a five-member board.
BETHLEHEM — The annual candidates night on Tuesday gave opportunities for those running for the Board of Selectmen, Planning Board and Zoning Board of Adjustment to state their positions and priorities, and it also revealed who was behind the “Bethlehem Inhabitants” mystery mailer and text survey encouraging residents to vote for three specific Select Board candidates.
WHITEFIELD —Three candidates are vying for a single 3-year seat on the Whitefield Select Board.
LITTLETON — Although Littleton School District SAU 84’s deliberative session on Feb. 9 went smoothly, one article has sowed a degree of confusion for some.
WHITEFIELD — Two candidates — incumbent, Tara Giles, and challenger, Bradley Cross — are running for the 3-year Whitefield seat on the White Mountains Regional School Board.
Two seats on the three-seat Waterford select board are expected to be filled tonight, Feb. 21, at 6 p.m.
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SUTTON — Town voters will gather in-person for their Annual Town Meeting on March 1 at 10 a.m. at the Sutton School, where masks will be required, said Town Clerk Patti McClure, because of the meeting happening at the public school where a masking policy remains in place.
HAVERHILL — The Haverhill Cooperative School Board on Monday finalized a $15.3 million budget proposal at the school district budget hearing.
FRANCONIA, NH — Voters at the March 8 town meeting will be presented with several proposed new and revised ordinances — for solar, signs, noise/nuisance and poultry — and an article asking them to approve a municipal solar array to help offset electricity costs.
The Barnet Select Board’s decision to move Annual Town Meeting from early March to late April resulted in at least one unintended consequence they had to address this week.
St. Johnsbury voters will be asked at Town Meeting to approve nearly $275,000 in special appropriation funding to local organizations.
LITTLETON — After sailing through without voter amendments during Wednesday’s Littleton School District SAU 84 deliberative session, the proposed 2022-2023 school year budget and all warrant articles will go on the March 8 town meeting ballot as written.
LITTLETON — Taking center stage during the town’s deliberative session on Tuesday was the municipally run ambulance service that is now proposed for the general fund budget as well as capital reserve funds for vehicle replacements.
The Bethlehem Board of Selectmen’s proposed 2022 operating budget survived a motion to cut during Tuesday’s town deliberative session.
HAVERHILL — Town Meeting will consider six petition articles related to the Woodsville Precinct.
At Dalton Town Hall on Monday, select board members presented their proposed 2022 budget during a public hearing and held a second public hearing on a proposed dog ordinance, which stems from complaints by some residents about dogs belonging to others running at large on properties and creating a nuisance.
Remote meeting access used to be a rarity in the North Country.
Four candidates — one a write-in — are in the running for three seats on the Danville School board of directors.
For Dalton, it will be two special town meetings in almost as many years.
HAVERHILL — The town has received a half dozen warrant articles that will allow voters to weigh in on the “Woodsville issue.”
Bethlehem’s town vote might have concluded for the year, but still continuing is an investigation by the state into an anonymous political mailer sent to residents in the weeks before the election that encouraged them to text a telephone number for a survey and vote for three specific Select Board candidates.
Carroll’s proposal to withdraw from the five-town White Mountains Regional School District was overwhelmingly defeated on Tuesday.
HAVERHILL — Four newcomers were elected to the Haverhill Cooperative School Board on Tuesday.
LITTLETON — Organizers of the First Friday events in Littleton are looking at funding options.
HAVERHILL — Katie Williams and Kevin Knapp prevailed by wide margins in the seven-person Board of Selectmen race.
WHITEFIELD — In an unusual move, the winner is seeking a recount.
LITTLETON — In Tuesday’s town meeting ballot vote, former planning board chair Linda MacNeil was elected as the newest Select Board member and longtime town clerk Judy White was defeated in her bid for reelection.
LITTLETON — During Tuesday’s town meeting ballot vote, residents reelected the current chairman of the board to a third term and voted against reelecting a longtime school board member in favor of a new member.
BETHLEHEM — Bruce Caplain, Chris Jensen, and Veronica Morris were reelected to the Bethlehem Select Board and a new member was elected to the board during Tuesday’s town meeting ballot vote.
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