Streetlights shut-off plan is political posturing
The N.H. Department of Transportation's cost-cutting plan to shut off hundreds of streetlights around the state is loaded with flaws.
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#1 Apr 15, 2012
Before Seabrook selectman Moore retired he should have not given a 75 cent an hour raise to all partime employees (not voted on) and Seabrook could have money in the budget for street lights!! Town managers were more concerned about how they were notified about this? Now they know what it feels like when we dont get notified before they give our taxpayers money away!!
#2 Apr 15, 2012
Interesting, and I hear what you say with interest, but it's really a State decision, for State Roads, so you know how THAT goes -- we only have a say as an afterthought.
This is a problem, and we do have a say -- to our State Reps.
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