HB 104 Would Overrule Local Zoning Laws

HB 104 would establish an ‘ad hoc’ board or commission at the state level for the purpose of allowing developers to appeal local zoning decisions without going to court. This would set a bad precedent in that it would take away the right of the people of a...

Housing Shortages for Seniors

Housing shortages for the elderly tug at the heartstrings of most people. News outlets write about the problem all the time. Getting creative to solve New Hampshire’s senior housing crisis “There’s a well-documented crisis in affordable housing in New...

EIEI Oh NO!

by Ed Naile The NH State Supreme Court, remember them? They had the distinction of having several members impeached back in 2001 for trying to rig a decision. But as in the Clinton style we have become so used to their antics they are still with us because too many...

Save Our Town Rindge Has a Message for Voters

The Monadnock Ledger-Transcript refused to print Save Our Town’s Viewpoint article. So we posted it here for them. by Larry Cleveland As if the continued deception from the federal government is not enough (if you like your health plan, you can keep your health...

Welcome To Hingham, Ma.

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. Hingham Weights Noise Ordinance That Could Ban Loud Conversations Draft: Hingham Noise Law No loud...

Bedford Zoning Decisions in Jeopardy

Bedford rejected a warrant article to allow its Town Councilors to approve zoning without public vote in 2010. This attempt must be defeated once again. If the Council can approve zoning decisions and changes without a public vote, this means that zoning changes...