MOULTONBOROUGH — Incumbent Russell Wakefield with 607 votes and newcomer Paul Punturieri, a member of the Planning Board, with 506 votes were elected to the Board of Selectmen.
Last Updated on Friday, 14 March 2014 01:48
BRISTOL — Richard Alpers and Shaun Lagueux won the two seats on the Bristol Board of Selectmen on Tuesday with tallies of 335 and 324, respectively. Paul Manganiello came in third with 319 votes while Andrew O'Hara Jr. garnered 274 votes. In the only other contested race, for four seats on the Budget Committee, the winners were David Carr with 429, Thomas Keegan, 416, Donald Milbrand, 329, and Kevin MacCaffrie, 322. Jon Thouin received 318 votes. The three minor zoning amendments also passed.
Last Updated on Friday, 14 March 2014 01:46
NEW HAMPTON — Voters here on Tuesday passed all of the warrant articles except one to purchase an emergency operations command vehicle for the fire department. They did agree to enter into a $350,000 lease-purchase agreement for a fire pumper/tanker, and agreed to purchase a thermal imaging camera and a defibrillator for the fire department. Also passed was a lease-purchase agreement for a $290,000 bucket loader and the purchase of a four-wheel-drive vehicle for the police department at a cost of $39,396, along with two in-car cameras for the police department which will be 50 percent grant-funded, leaving the town to pay $4,600.
There were no contested races.
Last Updated on Friday, 14 March 2014 01:27
DANBURY — Voters chose Jessica Hatch, 178, in the three-way Danbury selectman's race on Tuesday, with Mickey McIver polling 129 and Dale Cook with 96. David Suckling, 264, won as police chief, over Bill Kennedy with 136. For library trustee, Judy Peterson, 259, defeated John Crawford, 79; Twila Cook, 241, won over Stephanie Carucci for treasurer; and Alan Huntoon won re-election as road agent, 249-153 over Jeremy Martin.
During the business meeting, voters defeated an article for a new police cruiser but approved, 200-190, the purchase of a $149,000 highway truck, and they approved the budget committee's operating budget of $1,032,480. The town also approved a petitioned Community Bill of Rights ordinance; an article asking the selectmen not to negotiate a payment in lieu of taxes agreement with any renewable energy facility; an article requiring wind energy facilities to post a bond to cover the cost of removing all facilities when they cease operation; and one requiring industrial wind developers to provide a property value guarantee to all property owners within a three-mile radius of any turbine.
Last Updated on Friday, 14 March 2014 01:24
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