It was a double defeat for incumbent Selectman Phil Wilson on Tuesday night. First, he lost his seat to current Municipal Budget Committee Vice Chairman Rick Stanton, and then, the $5.8 million municipal complex renovation plan he ardently supported failed to get the votes necessary for passage.
Will the seniors of Hampton finally get a place of their own? Can proponents of a $6.6 million renovation/ addition to Lincoln Akerman overcome opposition to obtain the 60 percent majority vote needed to pass? Will North Hampton voters approve one of the most expensive projects in the town's history? Those answers and more will be determined today ... (more)
I am grateful for Mr. Peters's interest in the North Hampton town campus, but locating the proposed Public Safety building on Route 1 would not be a better choice: - Siting the building on Route 1 would require purchasing a costly lot in the Industrial/Business-Residential District .
Rubera was released $1,500 personal recognizance bail. 9:07 p.m. - Nicholas Norman, 19, of Newmarket, was arrested on a charge of possession of controlled/narcotic drugs, possession of drugs in a motor vehicle, possession of drug paraphernalia.
To clarify the issue of zoning in Little Boar's Head District in reference to Charles Gordon, letter to the editor, Hampton Union, March 4: In 2012 "concurrent jurisdiction" emerged as a problem between Little Boar's Head District and the town of North Hampton in planning and zoning.