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Mason NH Supervisory Administrative Unit 89

Electricity Suppliers/Aggregators

You may or may not be aware that since 2001 NH residents and businesses could purchase electricity from alternate electricity producers to be delivered over the existing PSNH (now Eversource) wires. Not much changes but the cost of electricity. “There…

Staff Changes at Mason Elementary

Mason NH, June, 2016 -Mason Elementary Principal Ms. Kivela reports: I look forward to the dual role of principal and superintendent that I will play next year. Mr. McCormick [Superintendent] is retiring this year but he will continue to stay…

Downtown Internet Upgrade?

James McCormick, Mason Superintendent of Schools, appeared at the April 12 Mason Selectmen’s meeting to touch base with the selectmen on his joint proposal to upgrade internet service to Mason Elementary and town office buildings. He indicated that the school’s…

Right to Know, Mason Style

At the November 24, 2015 Mason NH selectman’s meeting, Townsend Rd. Mason resident Bob Young appeared before the board and cordially invited the selectmen to post their meeting agendas on the web. To paraphrase his comments: he is interested in…

Mason, NH 2015 Tax Rate

The 2015 tax rate for Mason, NH has been set. The following table includes an “extra” line “total school” which is the sum of the state and local education rate. However, the state portion comes out of your pocket just…

Random School Board Notes

According to the latest posted minutes on the school web site: “Members set Superintendent Goals for 2015-16 school year”. Besides the usual listing of attendees, that’s all it says. Highly informative. But it would probably fit on a town common…

School District Sign!

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The June 8, 2015 Mason School Board “sign hearing” revealed an interesting test of wills regarding the erection of a “town/school” informational sign on the common. Selectman Moser and his able bodied assistant Harry Spear held up a mock up…

Musings About Signs

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In one of our idle curmudgeon moments we took a screen shot of the Mason Elementary “School Board Policies” page and wondered how it might fit onto the newly proposed sign for the school district (see here). But perhaps the…