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After more than six months of meeting to develop a Dalton-specific zoning ordinance following the July special town vote for temporary, emergency zoning, the Dalton Planning Board has announced the town vote for a permanent ordinance could take place later this year or at the 2021 town meeting.

BETHLEHEM, N.H. — Candidates running for board of selectmen couldn’t escape questions relating to the Casella Waste Systems landfill, which was the recurring theme at last week’s meet-the-candidates night.

BETHLEHEM, NH — More than 300 visitors attended an open house held by Casella Waste Systems, Inc. at the NCES Landfill on Sept. 28. The annual event is an opportunity for community members to tour the facilities, and to learn about the company’s approach to waste and resource management.

COVENTRY — More than 400 visitors attended an open house recently at the Casella Waste Systems landfill in Coventry. The annual event is an opportunity for community members to tour the facility, and to learn about the company’s approach to waste and resource management.