Holden resigns from House; leaving district
CONCORD — The vice chairman of the House Science, Technology and Energy Committee resigned because he is moving out of his district.
Rep. Frank Holden, R-Lyndeborough, said he is moving due to his work.
He served two terms in the House representing Hillsborough District 4, which includes the towns of Lyndeborough, Mont Vernon, New Boston, Temple and Wilton.
House Speaker William O’Brien, who represents the same district, said “I want to thank Rep. Holden for his service to the State of New Hampshire and to the citizens of Lyndeborough, Temple, Mont Vernon, New Boston and Wilton. In our shared district, I know our constituents were grateful for the work Rep. Holden did in Concord.”
O’Brien said he especially enjoyed working with Holden on legislation to block the low carbon fuel standards scheme that would have dramatically increased the cost of gas and heating oil in New Hampshire.
“Rep. Holden will be missed and we wish him the best on his move and in his future endeavors,” O’Brien said.
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