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Hudson~Litchfield News 8-8-2014

Hudson~Litchfield News 8-8-2014

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 Volume 26 Number 5 August 8, 2014 16 Pages
Supported Through Advertisers An Independent Weekly Newspaper 
HUDSON, NH03051PERMIT NO. 33Postal Customer
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Retired and active members from the Navy, Coastguard, National Guard, Army, police and fire departments, and even a World War II Civil Service employee gathered for breakfast on the morning of August 30 at The Inn at Fairview. The breakfast was held in honor of those who serve this country, both foreign and domestic, as a way of saying “thank you” for all their work. It was the first of future heroes breakfasts as Fairview plans to make it an annual event.
 Veterans Gatherfor Heroes Breakfast at Fairview 
 MooreMart to Celebrate
 1th Anniversa
by Marc Ayotte
It is a truly amazing, inspiring and motivating story that started with a simple personal request being answered. And just 10 years later, the service organization known as MooreMart continues to receive national recognition for its patriotism and support of thousands of United States Armed Forces serving throughout the Middle East.Paul Moore and his sister Carole Biggio are co-founders of MooreMart. It is Moore’s military history that has played an ongoing and telling role in his involvement with this wonderful endeavor. A 1975 graduate of Alvirne High School, Moore finished Airborne School in 1978, completed Ranger School and was commissioned in 1980 and while in the Army served in Korea in 1981.But Moore’s military service came to a tragic and abrupt end that year when he was involved in a parachuting accident which resulted in him being in a body cast for nine months as well as undergoing therapy for 18 months. Over 20 years later, Moore’s ill-fated jump would in part serve as the impetus for starting the now nationally renowned liaison between deployed U.S. soldiers and caring loved ones at home. In early 2004, Paul Moore received a request from his brother, Brian, who had been deployed to Afghanistan as part of the New Hampshire National Guard. In the first of his eventual three tours in the Middle East, Brian requested his first care package. A subsequent request by Brian involved sending a care package to a fellow soldier in his unit. That turned into three or four packages per shipment. And as Paul Moore recalls; “it turned into 20, then 40 as word spread to adjacent units.” Soon he was sending out 100 packages per month and the concept of troop support via care packages sent from home, would prove to be monumental. On August 16, when the next shipment is making its way to the troops, the inception-to-date total count will have reached a staggering 65,000 care packages. Additionally, MooreMart will exceed 8.5 tons of relief supplies shipped, as part of the humanitarian aid effort to help clinics, orphanages, scout troops, schools and other civic organizations in the Middle East. The moniker of MooreMart came about early on as a result of an e-mail Paul Moore received. He recalls the e-mail starting out with: “Dear MooreMart,” and the reason for that, according to Moore, was because the writer intimated that ‘we believe you have more supplies than Wal*Mart’! “We used
Two New Support Programs  Approved by Hudson School Board
by Len Lathrop
During its August 4 meeting the board approved two staff programs that were presented to them by Superintendent Bryan Lane. Both were presented, discussed and passed by the board on a vote of 4-0. Chairman Laurie Bissen was not in attendance.A tech support program came from the technology subcommittee whose goal is to increase the amount of technology support available in each building within the district. It would create technical support assistant (TSA) stipend positions in each building for the initial screening of requests for simple problems. Staff would apply for these positions to provide assistance to fellow staff for simple computer issues that could range from jammed printers to disconnected wires. School district computer network technicians estimate that more than 50 percent of their requests for assistance are of this nature. The TSA would be a staff member who is comfortable in solving these basic problems. There would be one TSA for every 30 staff members in a building. Each elementary campus would have one, the middle school would have two, and at the high school there would be three.The proposal is based on a time commitment of three hours per week and the stipend would be $2,300 per person. Eight TSAs would require funding of $20,000, which includes NH
MooreMart to Celebrate
10th Anniversary 
Robinson Road Fire Station Now Staffed 24/7
by Len Lathrop
Known in the fire department as Station One, located on Robinson Road almost in sight of the pond, now has a crew of three firefighters/EMTs around the clock. The long-awaited opening occurred on this past Sunday.With the staffing of Station One the town now has nine firefighter/EMTs on duty at all times, with three staff members at each station. The staff scheduling continues to be based on four groups of firefighters/EMTs who work 24-hour shifts. Every station has an ambulance and there are paramedics in every manpower group. All Hudson firefighter/EMTs are cross apparatus trained, and apparatus alarm assignments have been adjusted under the direction of Chief Rob Buxton to minimize response time and to have the equipment and manpower on all emergency scenes, to handle all situations.As your
 goes to press Wednesday night, only three days have passed with Hudson having three stations staffed 24/7. No data is yet available on new response times to north Hudson homes and will be shared with readers as soon as it is.
Sylvie Cotnoir, director of Laurel Place at Fairview Healthcare, extends a special thank you to Marjorie Trainor who served as a nurse in the U.S. Army.First duty crew at Robinson Road Station. As co-founder of MooreMart 10  years ago, Paul Moore continues to  play an active and vital role in the service organization that provides care packages for U.S. troops stationed in the Middle East.
continued to page 7 - MooreMart Celebratescontinued to page 7- Fairview Heroescontinued to page 8- School Support 
U.S. Troops in the Middle East receive care packages from MooreMart 
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by Lori A. Bowen, Hudson Senior Services Coordinator 
Hello from the Hudson Senior Center!We are busy bees over here, having fun and making new friends. Our enrollment continues to grow and we are up over 330! Anyone over 55 can join so grab a friend and come on over.The
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s has been printed and you can find our schedule and information on the programs we offer inside it. It can be picked up at some local venues but it is always available here at the barn. If you would like to make a suggestion for the newsletter or about any of our activities here at the center please stop by and leave a note in the box. We had our first Cribbage game at the center on Tuesday! Thank you to Frank and Dick for making this historic event possible! They would love for more people to join them on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. John is interested in learning to play Bridge. Anyone wanting to  join John to play Bridge stop by the center on Tuesday afternoons around 12:30. Aerobics is moving and grooving! We are filling our class up every week and all our participants look great! Go Sylvie! Our first crafting class was last week at the barn and the ladies had so much fun we have decided to make it an annual thing! So introducing arts and crafts the last Thursday of the month! In August we are going to make fairy gardens! It will be $3 to participate and that will cover the cost of soil and a fairy plant. Be sure to stop by the office to sign up to get the materials list!Thank you to Stephanie, one of the pharmacists from Walgreens in Hudson. She came over and held the first blood pressure clinic at the center this past week. Thank you Stephanie! It was so kind of you to come spend the morning with us checking on our health. Stephanie will also be back in September to run our first flu clinic. You can add your name to the list at the office. The shelf over the coat closet is filling up with freebees and fun stuff! Stop by to load up on magnets, calendars, fliers and books!The Lunch Bunch is getting bigger everyday and there is always room for more. If you aren’t an early eater the dining room is set up all day to enjoy your bag lunch, a snack or a cup of hot coffee. (Careful … the coffee is really good and has been known to make people stay and enjoy the afternoon!)A
 thank you goes out to our volunteers that help make the barn run smoothly. Lucille running the trips is amazing, you’re the best! Mary and Dot still make the very best coffee; Mack serves your meals with a smile; Davin is our newest addition and has already proved invaluable. Thank you also to Dave who helps me with the housekeeping tasks and of course the Bingo bunch: Dave, Frank and Shirley. You all make the day so great, thank you!
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 of Hudson has graduated from SUNY Buffalo State with a bachelor’s in criminal justice.Phillip Croce of Hudson was named to the Dean’s list for academic excellence for the spring semester at Johns Hopkins University.
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Litcheld Police Log
Wednesday, July 23:
 12:13 a.m. Suspicious vehicle, Talent Road. 10:25 a.m. Suspicious person, Moose Hollow Road. 6:58 p.m. Suspicious activity, Oak Drive. 8:00 p.m. Motor vehicle complaint, Hillcrest Road.
Thursday, July 24:
 4:21 p.m. Alarm activation, Colby Road. 4:48 p.m. Police assistance, Pondview Drive.
Friday, July 25:
 2:35 a.m. Road hazard, Page Road.
Saturday, July 26:
 4:55 a.m. Abandoned 9-1-1 call, Lance Avenue. 8:23 a.m. Motor vehicle lockout, Route 3A. 8:34 p.m. Noise complaint, Burgess Drive. 8:44 p.m. Theft, Route 3A. 11:17 p.m. Suspicious vehicle, Route 3A.
Sunday, July 27
: 3:05 p.m. Motor vehicle complaint, Winter Circle. 3:40 p.m. Paperwork served, Derry Road. 5:49 p.m. Civil standby, Liberty Way.
Monday, July 28:
 1:35 a.m. Suspicious person, Route 3A. 10:49 a.m. Medical emergency, Cardinal Lane. 1:14 p.m. Suspicious vehicle, Lockemill Drive. 5:55 p.m. Paperwork served, Derry Road. 6:39 p.m. Trees down, Hillcrest Road. 8:04 p.m. Road hazard, Meadowbrook Lane. 10:30 p.m. Suspicious activity, Albuquerque Avenue.
Tuesday, July 29:
 2:21 a.m. Suspicious person, Route 3A. 3:12 a.m. Suspicious vehicle, Route 3A. 8:20 a.m. Traffic hazard, Pinecrest Road.
Responding to a “umbs” comment in last week’s
Hudson~Litchfield News
, School Board member Patty Langlais stated if she is accused of running the school district “I guess I can wear the crown.” 
Many interesting statements are made by town officials during meetings and other gatherings. While most don’t warrant enough for a full story for our readers, some are great ideas, forward thinking and others make you say “what?” Or just shake your head. Our newspaper staff members when out and about are often asked questions, as if we should know more than the average citizen. Sometimes we do, but many times we have to make phone calls to find out.Take a moment to ponder these thought-provoking happenings around Hudson and Litchfield:
Altering Traffic Patterns
Hudson Selectmen learned that change is hard. After a recommendation from the Highway Safety Committee and two public hearings and hours of discussion, the traffic pattern in the Sagamore Industrial Park has been changed. Just as they were ready to vote on the town ordinance, a business owner in the industrial park appeared before them stating that they have turned Wentworth Avenue into a race track with the removal of stop signs at both of the three-way intersections. Selectmen hope to keep traffic from the park off Lowell Road especially with the arrival of the Comcast Call Center. They hope that by making it easier to come out of the park on Flagstone Drive and turn right onto the bridge, it would keep traffic off of Lowell Road at Executive and Hampshire intersections. Only time will tell.
Engineering Change
E-mail released from the Hudson Engineering Department indicated that Laurie Stevens is no longer the Hudson town engineer. Stevens had only been with the town for about five months. The e-mail advised that those with engineering matters address them to Gary Webster.
A Deadly Concern
A Litchfield reader called a member of the news team asking if it would take a fatality for the state and the town to install a light at the Page and Derry Road intersection. There was another severe accident earlier in the day.
School District Money Matters
During Monday night’s meeting, the Hudson School Board approved by a 4-0 vote $39,697.99 for Ex/Co-curricular nominations for the upcoming school year. A final question for the Hudson School - what is the difference between a department head and a mentor?
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Lynda Bennett Proclaims her Candidacy for Treasurer of Hillsborough County Ralph Boehm Declares Candidacy for Litcheld State Representative
I am Ralph Boehm, candidate for State Representative for Litchfield. I am asking for your vote to re-elect me to continue what I have always done. That is to represent the people of Litchfield, all the people not some group, but all. I do not accept donations from any individual, corporation, or unions. I am a retired software engineer, and as always will be your full time representative. I have lived in Litchfield for 38 years. For 22 years, from 1988 to 2010 I was a Selectman, Budget Committee member, and on the School Board . I have been a state rep in 2005-2006, and 2009 to present. In the past I was on the Home Education Advisory Council and presently on New England Board of Higher Education (NEBHE). During the 2013-2014 academic year, 15 Litchfield students saved an estimated total of $78,116 on their out-of-state tuition bills because of NEBHE’s programs. As reported by the
Nashua Telegraph
 some months ago, I had 100 percent attendance for the past two years. And to repeat what someone had said in the
Hudson~Litchfield News
, one cannot represent you if they don’t show up. Not only do I have 100 percent attendance for house sessions, I have also not missed any committee meetings. I am currently the ranking Republican on the House Education Committee and previously the vice-chair, and over the past years we have passed a number of education bills to help fix the education mess we have now. We increased tenure from three years to five, so your school board can make sure we hire good teachers. I worked on a bill that decreased the mandates for home schooled students. We also passed a scholarship law that will make private school accessible to all and not just the rich. But more needs to be done to put local control back in education.In the past two years I have received:99 percent and 100 percent from the House Republican Alliance – Highest among all Reps currently running.I am also on the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance’s five year Honor Roll. And received an A- the past two years.A+ in the past two years from Americans for Prosperity. A+ from the NH Families for Education. As you can see from these ratings, I am pro U.S. and NH constitutions, pro-business and against any increase in taxes. My goals are to continue to protect your freedom of speech, religion, your right to bear arms, and all other rights, including the 9th and 10th amendments which the federal government is abusing.Challenges for this term is to turn around the state’s economy. We need to lower the corporation taxes, we are the 48th highest in the country, and the highest in the region. Young people are leaving the state because of jobs, we need to keep our brightest in the state, and we can’t do this if businesses leave the state. We need to cut our spending, but we need a good conservative governor to force the state commissioners to slim their departments. So please vote for Ralph Boehm on September 9th and allow me to continue to represent all the people of Litchfield. If you want to help my campaign by allowing a sign in your yard, holding signs at the polls, etc., contact me at: rgboehm@comcast.net. Remember, I do not want your money, just your help and vote. Lynda Bennett announced on August 1 her candidacy for county treasurer of Hillsborough County which includes 29 towns and two cities.“If I am elected, I will be a strong advocate to return each fiscal year budget surpluses to our taxpayers and scale back our bonding for county projects which, in turn, will save dollars for our citizens,” stated Hillsborough County Treasurer Candidate Lynda Bennett.Lynda is a native of New Hampshire, attended local schools and graduated from the University of New Hampshire and New England Deaconess Hospital School of Nursing. She is a CMC Parish Nurse Volunteer, active in her church, and an avid sports fan. A former regional administrator of Home Health Care, Lynda has two sons, Jeffrey and Gregory.
Some Comments on ‘Weather Whys
Following are some comments on HLN’s “Weather Whys” of last week.So far, the planet has only gained a degree F. from manmade CO2 in the atmosphere. So of course, “all the bad things” have not happened yet. Te question is, what happens in a hundred years, when CO2 has doubled?  With a constant Sun, and the present CO2 emissions trend, predictions center around a further increase of 6 degrees F. We can’t be completely certain of CO2’s precise effects, but should we “buy some insurance” and cut its emission when the net cost is reasonable? Reducing the burning of coal saves lives. Wikipedia says: “A study commissioned by the Maryland nurses association in 2006 found that emissions from just six of Maryland’s coal-burning plants caused 700 deaths per year...” Tat is over 100 people dying, per year, for each coal fired plant. As the article says, cuts in fossil fuel use are financially painful in the short term, and people don’t want pipelines in their own backyard. “Weather  Whys” claims “nor is anyone going to be allowed to build them.” o the contrary, four small pipelines are under construction now. Tey are listed at http://www.northeastgas.org/pdf/system_enhance0714.pdf. A dozen specific proposals are listed at http://www.northeastgas.org/pipeline_expansion.php. I predict: Follow the money, we will get more pipelines.Te article speaks of warming in the tropics: “where the models projected the steepest rise.” Tat is not what the models predict. Te models predict more surface warming at the higher latitudes and less at the tropics, which has, in fact, happened. See http://stephenschneider.stanford.edu/Climate/Climate_Science/Science.html#Itislikelythathumanactivitieshavecausedadiscernibleimpactonobserved. Te models predict that in the tropics, troposphere warming should be more than the warming of the surface there. Te graph shows the actual troposphere warming. It is less than expected so the data are under review.It is complicated. Sun was perhaps brighter in the 20th century than for hundreds of years. It has been less bright last 50 years, but the Earth continued warming. So to determine the amount of warming caused by CO2 we use science, and that means equations and models.  And to project to the future, we must use models, since we obviously have no data for the future. And local or short time data don’t matter. We need a longer time frame, and global data. Tat is my proposal for the context of the quote spoken by Chris Folland. Te quote is from 1992. Te data for global warming were clear even then. Paul Watson was half quoted in “Weather Whys,” to infer that Watson is in favor of lying: “It doesn’t matter what is true; it only matters what people believe is true ... “ But in the rest of the quote, that was not included, Watson continues: “ … You are what the media define you to be ... ” o know Watson’s meaning you need more of the quote. Te quote is from http://www.aim.org/wls/author/paul-watson/, with their source: Environmental Overkill, by Dixy Lee Ray with Lou Guzzo, 1993, page 172. Spreading the truth is an uphill battle. Unfortunately, sometimes it doesn’t matter what is true. It only matters what people believe is true. You can quote me on that. But use the whole quote, please.
Bruce Atwood, Hudson
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