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Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense thanked Messmer “for standing up for gun violence prevention and recognizing gun safety.”
PORTSMOUTH - Portsmouth taxpayers will have to pay $3.19 million in 2035 to the federal government as part of the Coakley Landfill Group’s required reimbursement if a pump and treat system is not installed at the landfill in North Hampton and Greenland.
Mindi Messmer running for Congress in New Hampshire’s First Congressional District puts being an American ahead of being a Democrat. (Website) She reaches out to those who have good ideas and seek to do the right thing regardless of their party affiliation.
“Because I want to have all records and do a full spread sheet we are pulling all the records and we are going to ... pull all the invoices and we’re going to match them to all the votes of the Coakley Landfill Group (CLG), then we’re going to do bank reconciliations to make sure we tie them out,” Bohenko said during Monday night’s City Council meeting.
The city of Portsmouth says it expects to release a trove of documents about toxic waste cleanup at Coakley Landfill Superfund Site around the end of this month.
New Hampshire’s First District House seat, which has flipped blue and red like a ping-pong ball for a decade, is the hottest race in the state this year. No less than seven Democrats and four Republicans will compete in the Sept. 16 primary.
PORTSMOUTH - Several area lawmakers - and the former assistant mayor of the city of Portsmouth - have filed a lawsuit against the Coakley Landfill Group (CLG) and City Attorney Robert Sullivan.
PORTSMOUTH -- The state Department of Health and Human Services confirmed in February 2016 that it had identified a cancer cluster on the Seacoast involving two rare pediatric cancers.
“This does not make sense for New Hampshire, for New England, or for America,” said Melissa Gates of the Surfrider Foundation.
President Donald Trump’s administration has faced backlash over its plan to expand offshore drilling for gas and oil to almost everywhere along the country's coasts.
“Our ocean beaches at Hampton and Rye and Seabrook are awesome and fun and clean,” Gates said. “And there is nothing awesome and fun and clean about offshore oil and gas exploration."