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The Final Show: Listener Feedback

(Hours 1b,c) Rich took a phone call from Susan in Milford, who wanted to reminisce about a call that she made concerning the First in the Nation Presidential event.  The Humble Host then displayed his feelings about ending the show, before taking a call from Manchester School Board member Lisa Freeman and reading a Union Leader editorial that was written about the Girard at Large radio show.  Finally, he took a call from former Hooksett School Board member John Lyscars.  Tune in to get all of the details! Click here to view the Union Leader editorial that Rich read...

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The Final Show: Donna Green’s Farewell and an SAU System Schooling

(Hour 2a) Rich began the second hour by taking a call from Donna Green of the Timberlane Regional School Board, who shared about Rich’s impact on her life.  She then gave an update to what’s happening within the Timberlane Regional School District.  Finally, the Humble Host, Jorge Mesa-Tejada and Ed Naile discussed the SAU system.  Tune in to get all of the...

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Ballot Business and Trouble with Timberlane

(Hour 1a) Rich opened up this morning’s show by commenting on a story in his news read, pointing out that people are going to be mad about his report out of Ward 11.  He then informed the listeners that he will be talking to Arthur Green in light of tax hikes within the Timberlane Regional School District.  Finally, he compared his loyalty to Manchester School District Superintendent Bolgen Vargas and the Timberlane School Board’s loyalty to Superintendent Earl Metzler.  Tune in to get all of the details!...

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Economics in Timberlane and an Upcoming Budget Seminar

(Hours 1b,c) Rich talked to Arthur Green of the School District Governance Association of New Hampshire.  Arthur explained the tax increases that are being experienced within the Timberlane Regional School District, sharing about revenue changes, property revaluations and more.  Tune in to get all of the details! (Hour 1c) Arthur began the second segment by telling Rich about ‘Downloading: Myths and Facts‘, an upcoming seminar that informs the attendees about how Granite State School District budgets are impacted by the state.  They discussed Rich’s research into costs within the Queen City, a recent seminar by the School District Governance...

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Changes on the School Board, Cellular Troubles and Enabling Legislation

(Hour 1a) Rich opened this morning’s show by talking about the roster change on the Manchester School Board.  He shared his hopes that the change will provide positive results and made a prediction about the future of orthopedic surgeries in light of rampant cell phone use with the younger generation.  Finally, he spoke about massive tax hikes within the Timberlane Regional School District.  Tune in to get all of the details!...

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Wine and Chocolate: A Hampstead Introduction and the Right to Know

(Hour 1a) Rich opened this morning’s show by talking about the issue of taxes in the upcoming elections.  He then thanked the Manchester Animal Shelter for allowing him to be involved in the Wine and Chocolate event.  Finally, he shared about meeting the Hampstead School Board Chairman, Right to Know issues and more!  Tune in to get all of the details! Click here for the mentioned archive with Darlene Pawlik....

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On Air News Read for September 22, 2017

Governor Christopher Sununu has issued another executive order.  This time, it’s to establish the Governor’s Millennial Advisory Council, which will offer insight and policy recommendations to the governor regarding millennial issues in the Granite State.  In announcing the order, Sununu said, quote:  “We have to ensure that New Hampshire remains the best place to live, work and raise a family for all Granite Staters, and the Millennial Advisory Council is a big step in the right direction.  The Council will offer insights and policy recommendations to attract and retain a millennial workforce and work to address other issues that...

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Metzler Musings, the Police Exam and Observing Hurricane Jose

(Hour 3a) Rich started the segment by talking about Timberlane Regional School District Superintendent Earl Metzler.  He then shared about taking the police exam, before speaking to Meteorologist Al Kaprielian.  Al addressed the concerns surrounding Hurricane Jose and gave this weekend’s weather forecast.  Tune in to get the details! Click here to view the mentioned archive with Hooksett Police Chief Janet Bouchard....

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Conflict of Interest on the Timberlane Regional School Board

(Hour 3b) Rich talked about a controversy in the Timberlane Regional School District after Donna Green exposed a conflict of interest with a member of the School Board.  He shared his opinion on whether or not Kelly Ward should have received, or even pursued, the bid and spoke about how he handles similar situations.  Tune in to get the details! Click here to view Donna’s blog, which was read from on-air....

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State Mandates and Educational Expenditure

(Hour 2b) Rich began by pointing out a reason why he is against full-day kindergarten.  He then spoke about the Granite State’s need to examine it’s mandates and shared his support for Charter Schools, while explaining why he removed his daughter from The Founders Academy.  Finally, he discussed special ed, differentiated aid and more.  Tune in to get all of the details!...

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