Here are three upcoming public meetings, where your thoughts and opinions can really make a difference. Hope you can attend. I’ll see you there!
CONCORD’S 250TH CELEBRATION IDEAS
The first public forum for Concord’s 250th anniversary celebrations will be held Wed, November 13th from 6-7:30 at Council Chambers, sponsored by Concord 250. Light refreshments will be served. Please see http://www.concord250.org/ for more information about the organization.
LANGLEY PARKWAY PHASE 3
The third Langley parkway public forum will be held on Thursday November 21st at 6-8 pm at Council Chambers, sponsored by the City. This event will contain a presentation and q&a from audience. Please see http://www.concordnh.gov/DocumentCenter/View/3188 for more information.
PENACOOK VILLAGE ZONING INPUT
The first public forum for the Penacook Village zoning study will be on Saturday November 23rd from 10:00 to 1:00 at the United Church of Penacook, sponsored by the City. This event will involve a presentation, and breakout group work sessions. Please see http://www.penacook.org/ for more information, including a look at the City’s grant application. Also, be sure to take the Visual Preference Survey http://visionpenacook.com/ to cast your votes for what Penacook should look like in the future.
Thank you Ward 1 voters, friends and supporters! I’m so proud of how many of you came out to vote on Nov. 5th. I am honored by the confidence you’ve placed in me, and I promise to do my best to serve you in the coming years.
There are a lot of public meetings coming up in November and December on important Penacook issues. Your voice is important, and I hope you will come to the meetings, learn more about the issues, and share your views. Please stay tuned to the PVA website (www.Penacook.org) or my website for meeting announcements and updates.
Thank you again, and I look forward to seeing you around town!
Councilor Elizabeth Blanchard endorses Brent Todd for Ward 1
I’m very grateful to have Councilor Liz Blanchard’s support in this election. Councilor Blanchard has served Penacook faithfully for over 10 years, and has supported many worthwhile efforts, such as rejuvenating the Tannery site and keeping a public library in Penacook. In the attached article, she said, “I think Brent Todd really has Penacook’s interests at heart.” Read more: