While We Are All On Timeout…

While were are all at home under our government imposed “time out” now is a good time to do some easy reading. Here is an interview with Eric Hoffer, a self-educated former longshoreman who wrote a dozen or so books explaining the habits, anger,...

Passing of Moe Villeneuve

by Jane Aitken All of us at CNHT were saddened to learn of the death of a good friend and patriot, Moe Villeneuve. You may have met Moe when he served as a State Representative from Bedford. Moe is one of the first people I met when I moved to Bedford in 1989. Moe was...

CNHT Loses a Friend

CNHT was saddened today after learning of the death of a good friend, the Honorable NH Senator Sam Cataldo of Farmington, NH. He was one of our favorite guys in all of New Hampshire. He was killed in a traffic accident yesterday. We will miss him dearly. Sam was...

Town of Sutton

We would like to commend the town of Sutton NH for their excellent and informative website. You can also get on their mailing list to keep up with meetings, warrants, and when to vote. We wish every town did this. We assume their town meeting for 2018 will be held on...

CNHT Meets with Africans, Venezuelans

On Tuesday May 23 fro 3-4:00 PM, Chairman Ed Naile met at our Concord office with six representatives from various organizations in Venezuela about transparency in NH municipal government. From 4-5:00 PM he met with six representatives from various countries in...

Ukrainians Look to CNHT for Advice on Curtailing Corruption

by Ed Naile In 2015 five Ukrainian visitors traveling to NH through The World Affairs Council spent an hour with CNHT at our office in Concord. The five, along with two interpreters were in NH to learn about grassroots techniques for uncovering municipal corruption....