(Hours 1a,b,c) Rich started the hour by updating the listeners about the Croydon Bill and Senate Bill 3, speaking about voter fraud issues. He shared about the show calendar,talked about a texting and driving seminar at West High School and ended the segment by sharing about a back and forth between Mayor Ted Gatsas and Finance Officer Bill Sanders regarding budgetary matters at last nights Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting.
(Hour 1b) “This is a Democratic ruse,” Rich said to Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of New Hampshire Taxpayers, regarding Senate Bill 3. They discussed those who are involved in the bill and Rich explained what the bill does. Finally, he expressed his criticism towards his fellow party members who are in support of the bill.
(Hour 1c) Rich and Ed continued by discussing the unconstitutional nature of Senate Bill 3 for A Question of Voter Fraud. They then talked about out of state Dartmouth College students’ petition to change the zoning ordinance in the town of Hanover.
Scroll below for more details and click here for the mentioned petitioned zoning amendment.
From Ed Naile:
Please be advised that I am asking, under RSA 91-A, for a copy of the May 9, voter checklist containing the names of registered voters and who voted at the Annual Meeting regarding and including the proposed zoning changes involving student residency, Article #9.
I also need a copy of the citizen’s petition requesting a change in the Hanover ZBA regulations concerning student residency which resulted in Article #9.
All I need is a bill for costs associated with this request so I can bring or send the correct amount.
If there is any confusion about this RTK request please feel free to call me at:
Or by email.
Thank you in advance
From Betsy Mcclain:
This email confirms the request of your RTK request (appended below) received by our office on Monday, May 15, 2017.
Enclosed is a copy of the petitioned zoning amendment as you requested. This item was already available in electronic format so I am happy to email this record to you at no charge.
The marked voter checklist for the Hanover NH May 9, 2017 Town Meeting is 1004 pages – our published rate for photocopying is $0.25/page. We could run the checklist through our copier on the double-sided setting and provide you with 2-sided copy of the marked checklist for $125.50 (1004/2 * $.25). We will need these funds in hand *prior* to making the copies — as an option to expedite payment, Hanover can accept an on-line credit card payment with a 2.75% convenience fee, if you are interested. Also, you are certainly welcome to review the marked checklist at your convenience in Hanover Town Hall (41 South Main Street, Hanover) during business hours (M-F, 8:30-4:30). Please let me know how you would like to proceed on this front.
Looking forward to hearing from you soon, Betsy