Monthly Archives: November 2011

Don’t build it and they will come

At the last Selectmen’s meeting, the chairman spent a lot of time explaining to us how people actually go to the Town Offices to pay bills, as if

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Multi-generational center

What the heck is that and why do we need one?  It started as two separate ideas:

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Not Restoration?

I wasn’t able to get to the Selectmen’s meeting, so my reaction to their discussion of a potential Brewster Hall warrant article was delayed until I could see the streaming video on the town website.  The Town Manager

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Warrant article update

Yesterday I submitted a Right to Know request for all documents related to Brewster Hall since my last request on October 24.

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6 Gallons of oil

That’s about what we’ve used so far this season.  Six years ago we were burning over 1,000 gal/season.

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How ’bout that historic Wolfeboro

It’s customary to use the terms “voter” and “taxpayer” interchangeably, and in most towns that’s reasonably accurate.  Not so in Wolfeboro,

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Last word on taxes

Just to follow up on yesterday’s tax rate post, comparing the school rate to others in the GWSD.

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Tax rate ruminations

The top story today is the 11.5% tax increase.  It’s been pointed out that Wolfeboro’s tax rate is among the lowest, so I took a look

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More about the roof structural repairs

At the Selectmen’s working session, a citizen questioned whether the structural repairs to the roof were included in the estimate, and whether they were in the $4 million plan and the $6.8 million plans.  The Town Manager said that they … Continue reading

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8,000 Gallons of Oil

That’s what he said.  I asked him to check his numbers.  Yes, that’s the estimate – 8,000 gallons of oil per year.  It will require a two thousand gallon tank.

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The numbers game

At last Thursday’s Selectmen’s meeting, some numbers were thrown out to try to discredit my belief in the results of the Tocag survey.  That day in a letter to the paper I had made the point that an election and … Continue reading

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