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I will not support anything that raises Belmont's outrageous taxes

To The Daily Sun,

I read a letter submitted by Donna Hepp in Wednesday's Sun, which was had the best ideas I have read yet as to the Belmont's wanting to perhaps take over the old mill building. I commend Ms. Hepp's suggestions.

I will never support anything that raises the already outrageous taxes in Belmont. Many can't even sell their homes because of the taxes here. I will say no to the mill.

Don Irvin


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Feb. 6 is date to have coffee & discuss Sanbornton solid waste

To The Daily Sun,

On Monday, Feb. 6, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., our Sanbornton Solid Waste Committee will hold a "coffee" with conversation/update for Sanbornton residents, at the Town Office. Our committee members have divided up the topics dealing with our Transfer Station/Recycling Center, to introduce ideas/advances and hear questions and suggestions. We're one-year-old now as a resumed committee in the town.

We've had a year of researching, learning, team-building. We'll set out refreshments and hope interested townspeople show up. Winter offers time for thoughtfulness, and it's just nice to get together, too.

Lynn Chong, Chair

Sanbornton Solid Waste Committee

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