Dan delivers

To the Editor: “Dan Delivers” is hardly an understatement. State Sen. Dan Innis has a voting record in Concord and it proves he is working for us, his constituents as well as his state! As a moderate conservative, he delivers to taxpayers by returning money to cities and towns, keeping a balanced budget, and voting “no” to any new taxes or fees imposed on residents.

Innis is a business professor at UNH, and a former dean and current owner of Great Island Inn as well as founder of Ale House Inn & Hotel Portsmouth. He supports less government, less regulation, and more economic stimulation.

Dan is a real guy, with plenty going on, but still wants to serve us. Whether you meet with him at a political gathering or at his home, he is the SAME guy! The best part of his fight is that he has just as much to lose in New Castle as we do in Hampton if a more conservative approach is not represented in Concord.

Dan was the senate sponsor for SB 309; relative to standards for perfluorochemicals (PFC’s)in drinking water, ambient groundwater, and surface water. This bill establishes criteria for setting Maximum Contaminant Limits (MCL) and directs the Department of Environmental Services to set MCL limits for certain PFC compounds. Return Dan Innis to the state Senate.

Regina M. Barnes

Hampton

Regina M. Barnes

Hampton