Tri-Town Times Chester, Hampstead & Sandown, NH Locally Owned Community Newspaper 2015-08-30T18:25:44Z http://tritowntimes.net/feed/atom/ Editor <![CDATA[Central Welcome]]> http://tritowntimes.net/?p=53531 2015-08-28T20:49:03Z 2015-08-28T20:49:03Z Second-grader Emma Daviduk gets a warm greeting from Hampstead Central School Principal Dillard Collins at the school’s Open House on Monday, Aug. 24. The first day of school was Wednesday, Aug. 26. Photo by Chris Paul

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Matt Rittenhouse <![CDATA[Selectman Questions Road Agent’s Use of Own Equipment]]> http://tritowntimes.net/?p=53493 2015-08-27T15:34:21Z 2015-08-27T15:34:21Z CHESTER – Once again, the question of whether the elected road agent should be allowed to utilize his own equipment to serve the town has been raised, this time by new selectman Dick Trask. At the board of selectmen’s Thursday, Aug. 20 meeting, Trask called the practice of road agent Mike Oleson’s renting equipment and

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Penny WIlliams <![CDATA[Hampstead Selectmen Move Toward Resolving Fence Issues]]> http://tritowntimes.net/?p=53492 2015-08-27T15:33:50Z 2015-08-27T15:33:09Z HAMPSTEAD – Julia Forbes and Bill Keating addressed the Board of Selectmen Monday evening with their individual fence issues. Forbes was low key but Keating was upset by what he characterized as the board’s threats to remove his fence and inaccuracies about the issue. Board Chairman Sean Murphy read several letters from the public weighing

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