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Derry Council revises tax cut goal

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After initially setting a goal of cutting the tax rate by $2.50 for fiscal year 2016, town councilors have now agreed to change the tax rate cut to $2.

Thursday meeting to address Windham water project concerns

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An ongoing water main project around the West Shore Road neighborhood has led to frequent water outages- and complaints from citizens

Aldermen not quite ready to endorse art plan

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Nashua aldermen continue to study a proposed new art plan for the city while pondering the possibility of a new arts center facility.

Derry takes steps to improve rundown buildings

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Councilors have began the process for addressing Derry's vacant and neglected downtown buildings by unanimously approving amendments to the building code.

Derry fire chief is retiring

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After serving the community since 2003, Derry Fire Chief George Klauber has submitted his resignation papers and will be retiring in January, according to officials.

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Derry Administrator opposes council goal of cutting Derry tax rate

Citing transparency, Merrimack officials won't hold private meetings with pipeline developers

Durham considering a law enforcement firing range

Driving range owner wants to use parking lot for airport shuttle

Uber debate comes to Portsmouth

Tax exemptions on solar panels considered in Manchester

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Merrimack Valley

Derry School officals hope to finalize proposed budget at meeting tonight

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Fiscal advisory committee members are hoping to finalize details of the proposed 2015-16 budget at a meeting Monday night, Superintendent of Schools Laura Nelson said Thursday.

Town councilors want to address vacant and abandoned buildings in downtown Derry through proposed amendments to the town building code.

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Plan for sprucing up vacant Derry downtown buildings proposed

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Town councilors set a goal earlier this year of addressing the fading paint and crumbling facades of Derry's vacant downtown buildings.

0 Major Derry water and sewer project almost completed

0 Town remains quiet on details leading to finance director's resignation

0 Manchester police recruits graduate from academy

Seacoast

Epping proposes ordinance to restrict marijuana dispensaries

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The planning board is proposing a zoning change that would restrict areas where medical marijuana dispensaries will be allowed in response to a proposal for a facility on Beede Hill Road.

Plaistow officials talk trash with town's hauler

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Town officials are working with the town's trash hauler, JRM Hauling, to make sure any issues residents have are addressed promptly.

0 Plaistow officials seek more information regarding commuter rail facility

0 Danville animal control officer wants court to order her back to work

0 Superintendent proposes closing Sandown Central School

Monadnock Region

In early 2015, Wilton Town Hall will able to accept credit cards for residents to register their cars or pay town bills. Residents will also be able pay their taxes, water and sewer bill, or register dogs from the comfort of their home using their computer.

Wilton considering accepting payments with credit cards

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Residents may soon be able to pay their taxes, water and sewer bills or register their dogs on-line or at Wilton Town Hall using a credit card.

Lyndeborough town officials held a meeting to discuss their emergency management plan and critique their response to the Thanksgiving snowstorm which knocked out power for four days to the town.

Lyndeborough critiques its response to Thanksgiving storm

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Town officials, department heads and emergency officials gathered to discuss Emergency Management and their response to the Thanksgiving snowstorm, when the town was without power for four days.

0 Storm delays Rindge meeting with Kinder Morgan

1 Rindge board refuses to allow pipeline company to survey land

Lakes Region

Gilford choice on police station renovations nears

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The amount of money approved by voters at Town Meeting in March for the renovation and additions to the police station is less than the amount proposed by two construction companies for the work, but a third company's proposal may fit the bill, town official said.

Gilford fire chief describes strip club's code violations

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The town's fire chief decided to revoke the permit allowing public assembly at the Lakes Region Café and Tavern because violations of town codes discovered there were potentially life-threatening.

Dartmouth - Lake Sunapee Region

Lebanon gets 2 assistant DPW directors

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For the first time, the city will have two assistant directors of public works, City Manager Greg Lewis said Wednesday.

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Great North Woods

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