The Governor’s New Plan

by Bedford Residents Association Since when does the state have the constitutional right to manage housing in the towns? CNHT recently sent out a press release pointing out the flaws in the Governor’s new bi-partisan plan to increase high-density, low-income...

CO2 and the Downeaster

by Dick Lemieux In her Nov. 5 letter, Jennifer J. Smith questions whether the Downeaster’s average occupancy can be only 20 passengers per train. She counters with her own estimate that it carries about 150 passengers per trip. It’s an irrelevant statistic, but it’s...

Election Law Breakthrough

This is what we have been waiting for — residence = domicile and you must prove you are a citizen of the US and live where you are attempting to vote. Letter to Elizabeth McClain, Town of Hanover NH from William Gardner et al. Court Docket Addendum: This Friday Nov. 7...

What Success Has NKTA Had?

What success has NKTA had? Taxes in Newton on a $300,000 residence have gone up only $60 in 3 years! Kingston is harder to measure, with recent revaluations, but we do know Kingston increases have been similar. That’s holding the line on tax creep we think. Some...

This is What Success Looks Like

There are not many formally organized, serious taxpayer groups left in NH, comprised of those willing to fight for their towns and schools. We wish there were more, we’re even willing to help set them up, show them the ropes. But Newton-Kingston Taxpayers...

REPOST: Ed Naile vs Peter Burling WNTK Keith Hanson Show

This is a repost of an interview from October 2018. Keith Hanson of WNTK 99.7 welcomes Ed Naile, Executive Director of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, who goes toe-to-toe with Former Democratic State Senator Peter Burling over voter laws, claims of voter...