CNHT Statement on Passing of Jim Powell

It is with great shock and sadness that we write to inform you of the death of our Treasurer, Jim Powell. Jim, along with his wife Linda, contributed greatly to this organization. Read more about Jim here:...

CNHT Statement on Passing of Our Chair, Ed Naile

On January 26th, it was with great shock and sadness that we learned of the untimely death of our CNHT Chairman, Ed Naile. Ed had been in the ICU for several weeks. He passed on January 21, 2022 at the age of 69. First and foremost husband to wife Debbie, Ed was one...

Preserving Public Access During the COVID-19 Crisis

The House Republicans have sent this around regarding the preservation of public access rights (91-A) during times of distancing and cancellations of meetings, worth sharing. We are getting lots of questions from members pertaining to local municipal public meetings....

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...

GACIT Hearings Written Testimony

The following letter was sent to the DOT, EC4, and Governor Sununu by postal mail as testimony for the upcoming GACIT hearings on NH’s 10-year transportation plan. Documents pertaining to the hearings are in the previous article and in the letter below. Read...

Newton-Kingston Taxpayers Assn. at Kingston Days

The Newton-Kingston Taxpayers are doing all the right things. They are keeping the taxpayers in their district informed and updated on critical issues regarding town and school. In an effort to reach out to the public, they will be operating an information booth at...