Monthly Archives: November 2013

SRO at the Selectman’s Meeting

They were packin’ em’ in at the library last night, and the meeting was delayed at the start as the Selectmen were meeting elsewhere with their town-council before the meeting. The big crowd was caused by a confluence of two … Continue reading

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Tax Rate posted – up 1.5%

The Department of Revenue Administration posted Wolfeboro’s 2013 tax rate today.  $12.83 – up 1.5% from last year’s $12.64. Here’s the breakdown: Town School State Ed County Total 2012 4.71 4.48 2.40 1.05 $12.64 2013 4.73 4.53 2.46 1.11 $12.83 … Continue reading

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Yet another crappy building

I’ve been keeping my nose out of the new Public Works building that is going up to replace the barn that burned down last winter.  Mostly, I’m just disgusted with the bunker mentality that the town has with regard to … Continue reading

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Back to basics

I see that the Grunter has published the URL for this blog as part of their coverage of the last Selectman’s meeting.  For anyone looking to read the arbitration/mediation mia-culpa, you can find it here.  But hopefully there will be … Continue reading

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The object of the objection

So today Wolfeboro filed their objection  to WP’s motion to continue and extend deadlines.  They’re not opposed to extending the deadlines for discovery and the trial, after all, it’s critical that some of this work be moved to the next … Continue reading

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Don’t tread on me

That’s what the town has told Wright Pierce with regard to the RIB site.  Keep Off!  WP wants to have a wetlands expert look at the site to address concerns of the NHDES that the slope stabilization plan recently reviewed … Continue reading

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Tonight I attended the Selectmen’s meeting and during the public question/comment period, I got up to ask

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