HUD Seeks to Change Zoning in Your Town

The folks working on the regionalism problem have posted this information which is more reason to get ready to attend town meetings in 2014. How HUD’s Regionalism is Forced Redistribution of the Wealth Related: The residents of Alton held a forum concerning the...

It’s Not Too Early to Start Thinking About Town Meetings

It’s Not Too Early to Start Thinking About Town Meetings. Here’s why. Regionalism is being promoted by HUD FEDERAL grants which want to come in and change your town’s look, rules, regulations and zoning. Here is a recent document from NH House on...

Lancaster Voters Beware Before You Let Go of Traditional Zoning

Guest Post by Martha Spalding, Lifelong NH Resident “The stranger reaps our harvest, and the alien owns our soil” ~ Irish poet, Jane Wilde The Regional Planning Commission has set its sights on Lancaster and has a “Vision” for you. So, beware, voters of Lancaster...

Regional Planning Commissions and Transparency

Regional planning officials should answer questions in public by Tim Carter, Meredith NH Are you aware of the massive planning initiative called the Granite State Future? It’s currently being developed by the Lakes Region Planning Commission and the other eight...

Big Deal, So What, Who Cares – Oh Yeah?

by Ed Naile I was looking at an article in the Goffstown News about a controversy regarding several gifts of land by private citizens to the Town of Goffstown. What could be the problem? Trust is the problem when you deal with some municipalities. And here we go. The...

Meredith Elections Letter to the Editor

Don’t elect people who are for Sustainable Communities Initiative by Rosemary Landry, Meredith I was at a selectman meeting in Meredith on January 28. During the open comments part of the meeting, five citizens expressed their concerns about the Granite State...