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Pelham - Windham News
6 - March 12, 2010
nullnullt onullnullads to Maintain in nullindham
by nullrbara nullnullien Program nullnullnulleach year for road reconstruction and efficient mannernullhe saidnullmanullng an initial neighborhoodnullproject per year.
There are more than nullnullmiles of roads to is not nearly sufficient enough to nullep up nullth response to these calls nullthin null hours. nullture enullipment needs cited by Mcnullrtney
maintain in the Tonull of nullindhamnulla hefty tasnullfor nullhat needs to be done. nullt alnullays comes bacnullto null for projectsnullMcnullrtney nullants to use include the lease or purchase of a finulle-ton dump
the local highnullay crenull. The struggling economy priorities and budget capabilitynullnullMcnullrtney said. departmental staff alongside local nullalified trucnull one nullhich nullould replace the existing nullnull
has not made that job any easiernullbut Highnullay null for the suggestion that the Highnullay sub-contractors to complete larger scale road nullehicle. That transaction is being proposed for
nullent nullacnullMcnullrtney is attempting to impronulle nullpartment enullentually be combined nullth projectsnullusing a bid process only nullhen nullornull nullnull. nullfour-year lease is being considered. nullso
sernullce to residents none-the-less. solid nullaste remonullal nullransfer stationnulland the cannot be done locallynulldue to special needs or proposed for nullnull is the purchase of a small
Mcnullrtney talnulld to selectmen about ongoing maintenance departmentnullMcnullrtney said he renullirements. Mcnullrtney also nullants highnullay rubber-tracnullexcanullator at a cost of approximately
issues during their nullard meeting on March null is opposed to the concept. The joining of the department employees to learn honullto participate nullnullnullnull. This purchase is included in the
nullsed on nationnullde recommendationsnull three departments nullas tentatinullely suggested to in additional tasnullnullones other than the mundane tonull’s nullpital nullpronullement Program. null nullnullnull
the lifespan of a nullll-constructed roadnullay is selectmen during a nullornullsession nullth Transfer tasnull of cold patching or erecting road signs. Mcnullrtney is proposing the purchase of a front-
approximately null yearsnulltranslating into the need Station Manager nullnulle Poulson last month. Mcnullrtney nullould also linull to see a person end loader in the amount of approximately
for four miles of nullindham roads to be rebuilt Mcnullrtney did saynullhonullnullernullthat he thinnull it’s a hirednullat least part-timenullto handle phone callsnull nullnullnullnullnullan amount also included in the nullP for
enullery year. null nullnullEnglandnullhonullnullernullnullhere good idea for these tonull departments to share billingnulltime sheetsnulland to fill out nullornullorders and that year.
inclement nullather tanulls more of a toll on roads their indinulldual resources as needed. prepare bid specifications. null an approximate Mcnullrtney also nullants to update standard
than locations to our south and nullstnullthe life nullong the goals established by Mcnullrtney annual salary of nullnullnullnullto nullnullnullnull Mcnullrtney tonull operating proceduresnulla monulle nullhich nullould
expectancy of roads is less than null years. is impronulled communication nullth residents and nullould linull to see this proposed position filled in pronullde guidelines for employees and nullould also
null this pointnullaccording to Mcnullrtneynullnull other property onullersnullespecially nullhen they nullnull. allonullthe department head the authority to manull
percent of the roads in nullindham nulleed nullornullnull might be inconnullenienced for long periods of time null order to catch up on some of the smaller certain decisions nullthout hanullng to nullait for the
Manullng the situation more difficultnullthe nullnullnullnull or by natural disasters that might hit the area. He road projects needing attentionnullMcnullrtney said Tonull nullministrator or the nullard of Selectmen to
that is set aside through the nullpital nullpronullement also hopes to handle complaints in a more timely he nullould linull to complete at least one nullmall ginulle their appronullal.
y-nullhinnullShonull w nullhers in Snullinnull
by nullynne nuller nullhat they needed to nullonullto get started in
nullou nullonullthat spring is just around the corner this fun sport. null nullas a chance to chat nullth an
nullth nullnullHampshire’s only null-fishing shonullnull expertnulllisten to adnullcenulland asnullnullestions.
nully nullish nullnullHampshirenullnullhich is held at the nullen Hastings led the second seminarnullnully
Pelham nullish and nullme nullub. This yearnullthe nullishing the nulleat nullrth nulloodsnulland nullhetted
nullather nullas nullarm and sunny. People nullcnulld participants’ appetites nullth tales of nullhere and
to the shonullnullth the hope that they nullould soon honullto null-fish in the northern part of the state.
be outdoors and fishing. Hastings has much experience and tells linullely
The nully nullish nullnullHampshire shonullis a joint talesnullas nullll as dispenses his nullonulledge.
effort betnullen the Pelham nullish and nullme nullub null thennullparticipants armed nullth basic
and the Merrimacnullnullnull er nullalley nullapter Trout nullonulledge and tales of the fun anullaiting them
nulllimited. nulle try to offer something nenull could choose to spend time nullth Tom nullutras to
each yearnullnullsmiled nullm nullrton. nulle also nullornull learn honullto null-cast. This hands-on seminar
at impronullng the shonulleach year.null nullas nullery nullll attended. nullothing linull nullarmer
nullm nullrton nullcnulld off both days nullth a linullely nullather to get us all outsidenullnulljonulld one
seminar called nully nullish nullnull Enulleryone learned participant.
The afternoon seminarnull
taught by Sean Smithnullconullered
honullto fish the seacoast for
trout and stripers.
Cameron nulluite, null was interested in nullhing rods
Those nullho had a desire to
learn honullto build their onull
noon on the first daymore null than participants nullnull nullith basics in handnullit nullas then time to
rods could tanull the nulld
had paid their entry fee and spent hours thinnullng choose the perfect materials needed to create
nullilding nullass. null the end of
about tours for the upcoming yearnulllearned your onull nulles. Eight-year-old nullmeron Tuite
that classnulleach participant had
about consernullationnulland got to nullatch master null said he’d been fishing for tnullo yearsnulland nullas
built one null rod and nullenullthe
manullrs. really enjoying the shonull.
basics to continue building
nullendors and participants shared expert adnullce null alnullaysnullthere nullas food and hourly rafnulls.
more.
on null manullng. Poorly tied nullots lead to lost nullt’s just a good chance for us to talnullto fellonull
nullside the Pelham nullish and
fish. Participants could learn honullto manull a enthusiastsnullnullsaid Mitch nullopacnull Sr.
nullme nullubhousenullnullendors
Surgeon’s nullotnullnullbright nullotnullor any of a donulln
shonulld their nullares. nullfore
more nullots needed to create the perfect null.
Tinullr Cnulls nulleenullnnullThemselnulles nullalthy and Sanull
nullurtesy photos
submitted by Jim nullurtin from their totem. nullter completion of the food pyramidnulleach Scout
The nullindham PacTnullnullnull iger nullbs made a food pyramid at their earns an orange bead for a nulln actinullty tonullards the Tiger nullb nullnnull
5 Recnulln meeting. Manullng a food pycle yramid is a nulln nulltinullty from the Tiger nullbs earn a nullhite bead for each renullired nullamily actinulltynulland
achienullement nulleeping Myself Health and Safe.null null each Scout a blacnullbead for each renullired null See null actinullty.
completes an actinulltynullthe Tiger nullb is anullarded a bead to be hung
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