Home » News » Politics » Granite Status
Hudson revives byway proposal
Though the idea of the byway is hardly a new one, it has not been discussed seriously for several years.
Selectman Roger Coutu said a huge priority now would be to “convince the state to take a serious look at the Route 3 and Route 111 corridor.”
“At a local level, perhaps we could build it as a town road,” Maddox said. “I don’t think that we, as a town, believe that Lowell Road is wide enough to deal with (future) traffic volumes.”
“So what we’d be looking to do is either lease or purchase the state’s land intersecting Routes 3 and 111,” Ulery said.
While it’s too soon to determine what final project costs might be, Carson agreed to share the board’s concerns with legislators in Concord.
READER COMMENTS: 0
- Stacey Cole's Nature Talks: A winter's walk inspires thoughts of 'long ago' - 0
- New System in Place for Issuing Bear Guide Permits - 0
- Join Loon Mountain's New Ultra Learner's Club, Get a Free Pair of HEAD Skis - 0
- Winter Wild Turkey Survey Starts January 1 - 0
- NH Hunting Season Results for Deer, Bear & Turkey - 0
- Fireworks, Open Houses at Hampton Beach for New Year's Eve - 0
- Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom announces five shows for the 2015 concert series - 0
- Man loses wallet, but sanitation workers save his identity - 4
- Propane now fuels the new Mt. Washington SnowCoach - 0
A new era for Nashua's police force
Enter to win tickets to see Tom Chapin
Win tickets to see Linkin Park
Arrest of dad at Gilford School Board meeting about Picoult book 'chilling' says judge, case dismissed
Convicted murderer entitled to hearing on new DNA evidence after 42 years, Supreme Court rules