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March 14, 2012

Newton results

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SECTION 8. Other Remedies

If the administrative enforcement system established by this Ordinance is unsuccessful at resolving an alleged violation, a summons may be issued as otherwise provided by law, including use of the procedure for plea by mail set forth in RSA 31:39-d, and any other remedies available by law may also be utilized.

THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN DOES RECOMMEND THIS ARTICLE 3-0

Yes: 364

No: 536

18. To see if the Town will vote to change the position of Director of the Gale Library from part-time to full-time effective April 1, 2012 and further to raise and appropriate $8,303.00 for the additional costs in salary and benefits. If approved, this appropriation will be included in the operating budget in coming years.

THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN DOES RECOMMEND THIS ARTICLE 3-0

Yes: 380

No: 560

19. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, as proposed by the Gale Library Trustees, the sum of $11,750.00 to install a Ductless A/C Heat Pumps on the second floor of the Gale Library. (Per Selectmen's Bid Policy)

THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN DOES RECOMMEND THIS ARTICLE 3-0

Yes: 399

No: 530

20. Shall the Town vote to designate the Town-owned Peanut Trail as a Class B Trail, as authorized by RSA 231-A. The Peanut Trail consists of Tax Map 12 Block 1 Lot 13 and Tax Map 11 Block 7 Lot 60.

THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN DOES RECOMMEND THIS ARTICLE 3-0

Yes: 575

No: 324

21. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, as proposed by the Recreation Commission, the sum of $3,500.00 for Recreational Programs and Trips for Newton Seniors.

THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN DOES RECOMMEND THIS ARTICLE 3-0

Yes: 625

No: 319

22. To see if the Town will vote to rescind the 2009 Warrant Article, #35 to vote on the Community Service articles individually; and instead vote to list them in one article in an effort to reduce the printing costs of the warrant and the town ballot. This change will take effect in 2013.

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