Posts Tagged ‘election’

Sandown OKs Police Station Building, Turns Down Roadwork

SANDOWN – While Sandown voters were clear in expressing their dissatisfaction with their school district on Tuesday, March 11, voting nearly every article down on the school ballot, on the town side of the things the picture was more varied (see story page 3 for school election). While the operating budget was turned down for […]

Make It More Than a Slogan

Londonderry Supervisor of the Checklist Geraldine “Gerry” Van Grevenhof wants people to come out and vote March 11. “The elections affect everybody within the town,” Van Grevenhof said. “The money that’s being spent is their tax money and they should have a say in it.” Next door in Derry, Town Moderator Margaret Ives gives her […]

Playing an Active Role

Deliberative sessions are the times specifically set aside to discuss and potentially change warrant articles. Residents don’t vote on whether or not to approve the warrant article at deliberative session – they vote instead to send the article to the warrant, and on Election Day, they vote the warrant article up or down. At deliberative […]

Filing Deadline Friday for Candidates

SANDOWN – With the Friday, Jan. 31 deadline approaching to file for town and school district elected office, some residents have already signed up. The filing period closes Jan. 31 at 5 p.m. The Town Clerk’s office will be open that day from 3 to 5 p.m. for election filings only. Three selectmen seats are […]

Time Nears to File for Hampstead School and Town Seats

HAMPSTEAD – Elections in Hampstead are scheduled for March 11. The polls will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Hampstead Middle School gym on School Street. The first day to file with the Hampstead Town Clerk for declaration of candidacy is Wednesday, Jan. 22, and the final day to file is […]

Hampstead Planning Board’s Clark Announces Retirement

HAMPSTEAD – Longtime Planning Board Chairman Randy Clark announced Monday night that he does not plan to run for re-election. Clark then urged those listening to the meeting to step forward and run for the two seats that will be open on the Planning Board in March, his and Bill Weber’s. Clark said he is […]

Sandown Selectmen Stick With
Decision Not to Fill Fifth Seat

SANDOWN – The board of selectmen is unanimous in its decision to wait until May’s election to fill the board with a fifth member, but at least one member of the public has questioned the move. After the resignation of Brenda Copp in early November, the board decided not to seek her replacement and to […]