We here at OHB would like to thank the hundreds of people who have sent us emails in response to our BOS email post. We are humbled by your expression of support for our post. The lesson I learned from all of your emails will forever be remembered. So many wrote to thank us for … Continue reading “Just a song before I go…A lesson to be learned…Traveling twice the speed of sound…It’s easy to get burned” (Crosby, Stills, Nash)
On Wednesday, March 15, 2017 at 1:44 pm, Dr. Paula Amato, Vice President & CFO of New England College (NEC) realize she had a serious problem. NEC is developing a 350 seat performing arts center and has applied for a USDA Rural Development grant. The deadline was approaching and NEC failed to obtain, from the Town … Continue reading More Board of Selectmen email monkey business…Town Counsel advises how to, “cure that violation.”
Henniker’s local school tax rate of $19.21 is the 18th highest (187 districts examined) in the state. @ $17,500 Henniker ranks 57th in Cost Per Pupil spending (CPP). The graph shown here compares our school spending to Median Household Income (MHI). Henniker’s slightly below the state’s average MHI, coupled with our significantly higher than the … Continue reading Examining Henniker’s Cost Per Pupil/ Median Household Income. Is this sustainable?????
Henniker has been blessed with a great location. Throughout our entire history, Henniker’s strategic geographical location on the Contoocook River and Federal Highway 202/9, has always been recognized. Becoming a desirable destination point began in 1825 with regular Tri-weekly Stagecoach Service to Henniker. By the 1840’s, just 15 short years later, the era of … Continue reading “Seizing the Marketing Moment!”…Henniker Embraces Agritourism…1884!
I want to thank Ms.Fuchs-Houghton and Ms. Kalob for their posts on Facebook challenging to me to answer their questions. You both exhibited one of the most critical characteristics of leadership…you stepped up and challenged the process. I gave you both a Facebook style answer. You deserve more…so I dedicate this blog to both of … Continue reading Emily Fuchs Houghton and Aislinn Kalob…This Blog’s for You!!
Over the last two weeks I have been approached by many residents, whom I deeply respect, and asked if I would serve on the Board of Selectmen if elected by a WRITE IN VOTE. It would be an honor to be elected to the Board of Selectmen in this manner. To me, the thought of … Continue reading Write-In Vote: Bruce J. Trivellini for Selectmen.