JUNE 1 – CLIMATE CHANGE FORUM in MOULTONBOROUGH
(Those watching what regionalists are doing might want to attend this – reports welcome)
Climate Change Forum – Taking a look at the Effects of Climate Change on New Hampshire Mountains, Seasons and Loons on June 1st, 2017 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM at the Moultonborough Lion’s Club, 139 Old Route 109 in Moultonborough, NH
– Eric Kelsey, Research Assistant Professor at PSU, Dept. of Atmospheric Research and Chemistry, and Director of Research at the Mount Washington Observatory.
– Mary Albert, Professor at Dartmouth University Thayer School of Engineering, and Executive Director, US Ice Drilling Program Office.
– Harry Vogel, Senior Biologist/Executive Director of the Loon Preservation Committee, and Chair of the Northeast Loon Study Working Group.
Moderated by Mike Lancor, former Moultonborough Superintendent of Schools
Sponsored by the Environmental Focus Group of the Democratic Committees of Moultonborough, Sandwich, and Tuftonboro. For more information, call Ginny Gassman, (603) 707-0591
Please read, with links, the Lakes Region Tea Party’s website about the Town of Moultonboro.
Please be aware that the “Master Plan” for your area is no different than the Master Plan for every town, city and region in the rest of the country. To discover the goals and purposes of these plans, please visit this FRONT page of this website and the main site where these plans and schemes are exposed.
Well it’s about time SOMEONE questioned the money these unelected bureaucrats take from us while working for foreign entities against our own best interests.
MOULTONBOROUGH — When Jeff Hayes, executive director of Lakes Region Planning Commission, met with the selectmen last month the board used the occasion to challenge how the annual dues of the 30 member municipalities are assessed, an issue that has rankled the town for several years.
Paul Punturieri noted that the state statute establishing the regional planning commissions requires them to “determine on a reasonable and equitable basis the proportion of its costs to be borne respectively by each municipality.” He said that although Moultonborough’s population is approximately 4,000, because of its relatively greater portion of the total property value of the member municipalities, it bears a disproportionate share of the costs. The town, he said. pays approximately $10,000 a year, which is comparable to the contribution of Laconia, a much larger community. Stressing that he had no qualms about the services the commission provides, Punturieri said, “Just on principle we should stop paying other people’s bills.”