Tag Archive for SB2

Letter – Misleading Signs

Misleading Signs Never get cute with the truth. That is advice I received from a judge and took to heart while I was in law school. It refers to bending the truth to mislead for some self-serving purpose. An example…

Letter – Pro again for SB2

[Below is the text] of just sent e-mail to the Grapevine for recent cyber innovation (the real fix for all communication at Mason!) . -RZ 28February2011 This note is in reference to Mr. Fletcher’s 27 February retort regarding my recently…

Letter – NO on SB2 and WHY

To the Editor, I read with interest Mr. Ziminsky’s letter in the March 2011 Grapevine. He twice praises (“accolades to…” and “hats off to…”) a small part of my statement at the Deliberative Session while ignoring its main thrust. While…

Letter – Regarding Voting

So, now in response to the just-read letter about Town Meeting, etc. I was in attendance at the school meeting (SB2 Deliberative Session) on February 5. It lasted for about 15 minutes. Although in my possession has been the school’s…

Letter – Budgets

Let’s see if I have this right. We just received a sample ballot to vote on in March. The school has a budget to be approved by the town. The sample ballot says, in essence, “approve this budget or we…

Letter – Town Meeting SB2

The Town is in possession of a petition delivered last March 25th to again place the SB2, RSA 40:13 Article on the TOWN March Ballot.  So far, there has been no utterance about it.  Now, about this time last year…

School District Ballot

MASON SCHOOL DISTRICT MASON, NEW HAMPSHIRE March 9, 2010 Election Official Ballots For School Board: Three years (vote for not more than one) C. Christopher Guiry ______ Robert Hemmer ______ (Write in) ________________ Article 1: Shall the School District adopt…

Another Look at the Numbers

After reading the February edition of The Mason Grapevine, I began looking at the numbers that Bernie O’Grady used in his analysis. Yes, the line item for General Government went from $119,665 in 2000 to $398,597 in 2008. However, nothing…