In today’s edition of the Hudson Litchfield News; there was this “Letter to the Editor“, written by Joseph Cabral. I want to address several statements within this letter; that I feel are misleading and lack details: Unneccassary fire station and fire department spending (OT, detail truck, bonus, Taj Mahal, etc)
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Have you ever considered running for a position in your local government? Every year around this time comes the need for willing resident to consider giving back to the community and this year is no different. There are several elected positions up this year; two (2) on the
I am seeking your support for re-election to the Board of Selectmen. My family and I have lived in Litchfield for the past 18 years and in Southern New Hampshire area for the past 28 years. My wife Cathy and I have four children, three which have graduated Campbell High
The Litchfield Board of Selectmen is seeking the consensus of Litchfield’s residents on the warrant article 16 concerning the town’s possible adoption of a tax cap. Under state law, RSA 32:5b allows municipalities to implement a cap limiting the growth of taxes either through a percentage or dollar increase. If this warrant is
Litchfield voters determine in warrant article 17, how they wish their budget to be created by the Budget Committee. Warrant article 17 is a non-binding article that advises the Budget Committee to use lease-purchases for items placed into the Town’s operating budget. It is the opinion of the Litchfield Selectmen that allowing this
On March 10th, the citizens of Litchfield will have a decision to make on warrant article 14 as to whether they will provide their Town non-bargaining employees the opportunity to begin moving to a wage plan that makes sense. In the past, the Town’s wage structure was composed of a system of grades