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Seabrook 2019 Tax Rate is Set

The Board of Selectmen today announced the Seabrook Tax Rate for 2019. That rate is $15.75, a 50 cent decline from last years $16.25. This rate decrease is in fact a tax decrease for the taxpayers of Seabrook, as the … Continue reading

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Harpooning a Sacred Cow- “Strategic Plans Are Rarely Strategic-Or Effective”

Professor Wyatt Wells recently offered a column in the Wall Street Journal titled “Strategic Plans Are Rarely Strategic-Or Effective.” Professor Wells is most certainly articulating a point of view that has entered many a mind when sitting through an interminable … Continue reading

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Methuen Mayoral Results Unofficial

Kannan 2666 Perry 6386 Congratulations and best wishes to new Mayor Neil Perry.

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Seabrook Harbor Dredge Information

The U.S. Army Corps has provided the attached information on the Seabrook/Hampton Harbor Dredge, ongoing now. The Flyer is below the picture. Hampton Harbor Dredging – Flyer

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Governor Sununu Brings New Local Aid to Seabrook

Governor Chris Sununu visited Seabrook last week to deliver additional local aid to the Town, bringing unrestricted local aid as well as additional school aid in the amount of $643,139. A big thank you to the Governor and the Legislature … Continue reading

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A Look at “1941: The Year Germany Lost the War” by Andrew Nagorski

1941: The Year Germany Lost the War by Andrew Nagorski My rating: 4 of 5 stars A nice look at what author Andrew Nagorski considers to be the pivotal year of World War II, 1941, where the tide of war … Continue reading

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Seabrook Harbor Dredging Project to Begin

We have received an update on the Seabrook/Hampton Harbor Dredge project calendar. Naturally the schedule is subject to weather, but the Army Corps and the contractor are in place, with work scheduled to begin this week. This $4.6 million dollar … Continue reading

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