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      We are a diverse group of Hampton residents from all walks of life and political persuasions. We are advocates for the Hampton taxpayer.  Our objective is to assure that value is being obtained for the tax dollars that we are asked to pay. We closely scrutinize all financial issues associated with the town of Hampton and its schools as they affect taxes and advocate accordingly. We can do this very effectively since we are free of any special interest influences hence remain objective on all issues. We choose to remain anonymous so that special interests cannot focus on character assassinations but are forced to focus on the substance that we report or give recommendations on.

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Friday, November 10, 2017

Town Of Hampton versus the State of New Hampshire
By Jerry Znoj @ 3:51 PM :: 57 Views :: 1 Comments :: Letters to the Editor

The “don’t rock the boat” strategy (we will work it out over time) is a failed strategy! This suggested strategy smacks of politics and passivism

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Friday, November 10, 2017

Cable TV Fund concern
By Norm Silberdick @ 12:51 PM :: 46 Views :: 1 Comments

Our recommendation was to modify the Franchise Fees in the Comcast agreement to reduce them from 4% to 2%, which in effect gives the cable subscribers, who also happen to be taxpayers, a reduction to their monthly cable fee charges. While there is great appreciation for the dedicated Cable Committee staff, there needs to be more leadership and direction. As the money accumulates it will ultimately be squandered on ...

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Saturday, November 4, 2017

Woolsey speaks on "knee jerk motion"
By Woolsey, Mary-Louise @ 11:07 AM :: 81 Views :: 1 Comments :: Tax Increase

Knee jerk motions have no place at any Deliberative Session.

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Friday, September 22, 2017

Police chief should not be working details
By Norm Silberdick @ 5:58 AM :: 524 Views :: 1 Comments :: Letters to the Editor

The whole practice doesn’t benefit the public; long-term it results in taxpayers footing the cost of increased pension benefits that the chief will receive for detail work and any impact on increasing workers comp premiums.

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Tuesday, August 29, 2017

In memoriam of Sandy Buck and Arthur Moody
By Norm Silberdick @ 12:34 PM :: 617 Views :: 1 Comments :: Letters to the Editor

The Town of Hampton lost two wonderful citizens in Sandy Buck and Arthur Moody. These two dedicated Hampton citizens will be missed.

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Thursday, June 8, 2017

"Fast one" being pulled by the Town Manager
By Norm Silberdick @ 6:13 PM :: 859 Views :: 1 Comments :: Letters to the Editor

Either the policy was a draft, which it clearly is not, or a fast one was being pulled by the Town Manager. There is some explaining to do.

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Thursday, May 4, 2017

More of the Town’s business behind closed doors
By Norm Silberdick @ 10:55 AM :: 1204 Views :: 1 Comments :: Letters to the Editor

Doing more and more of the Town’s business behind closed doors opens it up for more inefficiency, less checks and balances, more cronyism and potentially corruption. We strongly suggest that the Selectmen and Town Manager ...

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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Hampton Recount - Article 20
By Jerry Znoj @ 10:36 AM :: 1062 Views :: 1 Comments :: Letters to the Editor

“It was determined that one ballot which was counted as a blank by the Accuvote machine was deemed that the voter’s intent was a yes vote thereby adding one vote yes to the total tally creating .....

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Tuesday, April 4, 2017

“Something is wrong in Hampton”
By Norm Silberdick @ 6:01 PM :: 1115 Views :: 1 Comments :: Letters to the Editor

We see this as yet another example of back room dealings that set a bad precedent and represent the unacceptable role that cronyism is playing in the management of Town affairs.

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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Post-Election Effect
By Norm Silberdick @ 11:14 AM :: 1138 Views :: 1 Comments :: Letters to the Editor

For the fifth time the voters of Hampton Falls have rejected an expansion to the Lincoln Akerman School. Einstein defined doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different outcome as insanity. Now is an opportune time for the School Board to consider listening to the voters
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