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Selectmen deny request of out of town septage hauler

There are 5 comments on the SeacoastOnline story from Oct 1, 2010, titled Selectmen deny request of out of town septage hauler. In it, SeacoastOnline reports that:

A request to assist an out of town septic company with disposal needs was denied at Wednesday's selectmen's meeting, although the sewer superintendent and one selectman spoke in favor of providing temporary aid to the business.

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american

Nottingham, NH

#1 Oct 2, 2010
Times are tough they need money but yet when someone has an temporary idea it is no. The biggest joke was the prepared statement before the board even had any discussion. Khan must feel like he is the Obama of Seabrook.
truthbeit

Nottingham, NH

#2 Oct 2, 2010
Maybe if the two Libertarians would listen to the department head that runs the treatment plant and Mr. Moore things would be ok. Khan states all about the people yet if Hampton instead of Warner made the request he would listen. Seabrook pays Warner to run the plant why dont you start respecting him and stop stone walling him. Boy before you are through you are going to put a bigger burden on the taxpayers with a multi digit law suit or two. As far as a prepared statement I cannot wait to see it with my own eyes. If that is the case Board business is being done outside of the Board room and it is time to RECALLLLLLL.
Mr FireChief

Nottingham, NH

#3 Oct 2, 2010
MY APPOLOGIES I MESSED UP THE PREPARED CORRESONDENCE. PLEASE DISREGARD THE LAST PARAGRAPH AS IT MAKES KHAN OUT TO BE THE PERSON HE REALLY IS. TALKS OUT OF BOTH SIDES OF HIS MOUTH.
In a lengthy prepared correspondence, Selectmen Chairman Aboul Khan voiced his opposition to any plan that would involve allowing septic haulers from other communities to utilize Seabrook's plant. He reminded the public that Seabrook's treatment plant was built solely by taxpayer dollars.
OK SO "NO" IF IT COMES FROM THE SEABROOK SEWER DEPARTMENT HEAD KNOWLES?
Khan made a motion not to accept the out of town septage unless the request came from the town of Hampton. He and Selectman Brendan Kelly voted in favor of the motion.
WAIT A MINUTE MAYBE "YES" IF IT COMES FROM HAMPTON?
Bird

Nottingham, NH

#4 Oct 2, 2010
I think not Mr. fire cheif prepared but maybe Ms State rep or Mr. Finance? Khan will let you know who wrote it he tells everything from house to house.
RECALL

Nottingham, NH

#5 Oct 3, 2010
RECALL

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