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Moultonboro Selectman Punturieri: Pied-Piper, Flip-Flopper or Hypocrite?

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

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Last week CNHT sent out an eBlast stressing the importance of attending your town meetings and deliberative sessions ESPECIALLY if you do not have SB2 where you can vote by ballot.  We mentioned that your town meeting is where you might vote on items which came from your town’s “master plan” and the zoning changes that may result [...]

Rindge Rejects Regionalism and Urbanism

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014

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Here is a recent editorial decrying the will of the people of Rindge. They have rejected unelected regional boards, as all towns should.
“Not only did they defeat the warrant article to implement the overlay zone, they separately voted to remove those ideas and everything else that came out of the charrette from the town’s master [...]

Welcome To Hingham, Ma.

Thursday, January 23rd, 2014

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Zoning as a weapon against the lower classes is always at play in progressive communities.
That is its main purpose.
Check this news item about our pals in Hingham, Ma.
http://boston.cbslocal.com/2014/01/22/hingham-weighs-noise-ordinance-that-could-effectively-ban-loud-conversation/
http://www.hingham-ma.com/selectmen/documents/Hingham_Draft_Noise_By-Law.pdf
No loud conversations, lawn mowers and leaf blowers.
It isn’t the actual noise that is the issue. It is elitism’s attempt to control everything and everyone. It could [...]

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