Group seeks improvement plans for Livermore Falls
In 2012, Holderness Police Chief Jake Pattridge told an earlier version of the committee that his town made 40 percent of their arrests in the summer months at the falls, mostly charging students from area schools with alcohol-related crimes.
"If we make the falls area the way it should be, the crime will take care of itself," he said.
bridge, the remains of a bridge erected in 1886 that was closed in 1959. The falls was also the site of the state's first fish hatchery.
The strengths of the falls were agreed on by the group, he said, but all agreed the strengths should be better preserved with signage and fencing. Building a Visitor's Center was discussed.
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