Litchfield What’s Up Selectmen Roundtable | March 7, 2020
Asking for your support, John Brunelle for Selectman 2020
ARTICLE 10 – BY PETITIONThis petition article seeks to implement one of the recommendations from the 2018 Municipal Resources Inc. (MRI) report. The study recommended more man-hours for the Litchfield Highway Department. Currently the department does not have the proper staffing to provide appropriate safety standards on the job. The
Today was a first for me, I was interviewed by Diane Plansky; for the Litchfield What’s Up Facebook Group Page. Looking forward to the round table discussion with all the candidates!!!!! If you have any direct questions of me; please reach out.
Today I am announcing my candidacy and I am asking for your support for re-election to the Board of Selectmen. My family and I have lived in Litchfield for the past 20 years and in Southern New Hampshire area for the past 31 years. My wife Cathy and I have
In Jan 11th edition of the Hudson Litchfield News; there was this “Letter to the Editor“, written by Joseph Cabral. I am not sure where to start, but let’s first address the Selectmen’s salary; which in 2010 was reduced to $8,580. This reduction was made after the Town Administrator was
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)