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Hudson - Litchfield News July 2, 2010 - 9

Benson Park Fines Established Regarding Usage of the Park Before and After Operating Hours

by Doug Robinson The Hudson Board of Selectmen

approved amending the Code of the Town of Hudson, Chapter 259, titled “Parks and Recreation Areas,” specifically the section containing information regarding Violations and Penalties. As recommended by the Hudson

Police Department, hours of operation for Benson Park will be from April 1 to October 31 between 5 a.m. and 8 p.m., and from November 1 to March 31

between 5 a.m. and 5 p.m. Those who visit the park outside of these operating hours would be fined $10 for the first offense, $30 for the second offense, and $50 for the third offense. Those individuals who had subsequent offenses would be fined at the discretion of the District Court. According to Police Chief Jason Lavoie, the proposed fines were similar to the fines already established for other Hudson Parks.

Since the Park’s opening on Memorial

Day, the Hudson Police has been dispatched “several” times to unlock the gates for those who have been locked in the park.

“Our Supervisors have been driving around the park, announcing the park’s closing over their loudspeakers. However, families are telling us they have not heard us. This does take officers off the street,” said Chief Lavoie.

Hudson Police Department Receives Grant to Enforce Underage Drinking Laws

by Doug Robinson The Hudson Police Department received approval from the Hudson Board of Selectmen to accept a $5,000 grant from the New Hampshire Department of Justice for the purpose of “enforcing underage drinking laws.” Effective May 12, the funds support overtime salaries to perform compliance checks, which will end on May 31, 2011. During the public hearing, Hudson resident Tom Alcier spoke in opposition of the acceptance of the grant, stating that the “law is unacceptable” and that the law is “unjust.” Following the hearing, the Board of Selectmen authorized the

Hudson Police Department to perform these compliance checks. Hudson police officers will be conducting their compliance

checks at area grocery stores and restaurants where alcohol is sold. Store owners found guilty of selling alcohol to minors will be subject to a $500 fine. Businesses and restaurants are required by law to verify that those who purchase alcohol are of proper age. Store employees who fail to ask for and check the proper identification of age when selling to a minor, or fail to check correctly, will be subject to arrested and charged with a misdemeanor.


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