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Hudson - Litchfield News 6 - January 7, 2011


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House Republicans Announce Leadership Team


submitted by House Republican Office A blend of veteran lawmakers and newcomers make up the House Republican leadership team announced by recently elected House Majority Leader Representative D.J. Bettencourt of Salem. Representative Shawn Jasper of Hudson, starting his ninth term at the State House, will serve as his Deputy Majority Leader.


Jasper Peridontal Disease and Your Overall Heath Part Two


There is evidence that untreated periodontal disease in pregnant women is a significant risk factor for both pre-term and low birth weight babies. Mothers of low birth weight infants who are otherwise at low risk had significantly more severe periodontal disease than control mothers of normal birth weight infants. The oral cavity and a patient's oral health


can no longer be viewed as separate from overall patient well being. As systemic diseases can have severe oral ramifications, so too can untreated periodontal diseases increase the incidence of a number of serious systemic diseases. It is imperative that health care be directed at the treatment of the total patient so as to maximize treatment outcomes and the patient's quality of life.


has served in a number of leadership roles during his tenure in Concord and will work closely with Bettencourt in establishing the Republican agenda. “Representative Jasper brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the majority office,” said Bettencourt. “He has earned the respect of our caucus over the years through his hard work and dedication to the legislative process and will be a tremendous asset to our team,” he added. Bettencourt also named five assistant majority leaders to work with Representative Jasper, including Reps. David Hess of Hooksett (11th term); Beverly Rodeschin of Newport (11th term); Edwin Smith of Hinsdale (seventh term); Dick Drisko of Hollis (sixth term); and Joe Fleck of Wakefield (second term). Relative newcomer Representative Peter Silva of Nashua, who distinguished himself in just his first term as a member of the House Judiciary committee, has been tapped by Bettencourt to serve as the Majority Whip. “I believe that it is important that we bring a mixture of both veteran legislators and newcomers onto our team. Representative Silva impressed many of us as a first-year member last session and I know that he will bring a fresh prospective to the majority office,” said Bettencourt. Representative Betsey Patten of Moultonborough, also entering


her ninth term in the House, will join the leadership team as the Deputy Majority Whip. In naming Patten, Bettencourt pointed to her experience as both a former committee chair and member of leadership. “I have seen firsthand over the last few years how hard Representative Patten works on legislation and I am excited to have her part of our leadership team.” Joining Representative Patten as Assistant Majority Whips are Representatives David Welch of Kingston (14th term), Mary Griffin of Windham (eighth term), John Tholl of Whitefield (eighth term), Mike McCarthy of Nashua (second term), and Representative Molly Smith of Hooksett (first term). Representative Paul Mirski of Enfield, who returns for his sixth term following a four-year absence from the House, has been named the Majority Policy Advisor to the leadership team. “Representative Mirski is one of the most respected members of the Republican caucus and I will count heavily on his advice and counsel as we move forward in the legislative session,” said Bettencourt. Finally, Representatives Phil Greazzo of Manchester and Michelle


Peckham of North Hampton, both newcomers to the State House, will fill the role of Majority Freshman Liaison. “With such a large incoming freshman class, it is important that they have a strong voice within the entire caucus. Both Representatives Greazzo and Peckham will work as liaisons between the freshmen caucus and leadership,” concluded Bettencourt. Representative Bettencourt will gather his leadership team this month to begin mapping out the coming session. It is anticipated that the Chair and Vice Chairs of the House standing committees will be announced later this month.


District Representatives Assume Leadership Positions


submitted by Andy Renzullo Six of the 13 Representatives of Hillsborough District 27 (Hudson,


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Litchfield and Pelham) will be stepping up to important State and County government leadership roles in 2011. There will be a New Hampshire House Deputy Majority Leader, two Committee Chairs, two Committee Vice-chairs and a Hillsborough County Vice-Chair of the Executive Committee from Hillsborough District 27. Representative Shawn Jasper of Hudson, entering his ninth term, will serve as the House Deputy Majority (Republican) Leader. The Deputy Majority Leader assists the Majority Leader of the Republican Caucus whose function is to promote Republican positions on legislation as directed by the Caucus. The Deputy Majority Leader also assists the Majority Leader in coordinating and leading debate on behalf of the Caucus during House session days. Representative Bob Haefner of Hudson, entering his third term, will serve as Chair of the Environment and Agriculture Committee. It is the duty of the Committee on Environment and Agriculture to consider all matters concerning agricultural and farm problems of the state, physical land use including current use, the various agricultural organizations, waste management issues, and the protection of the state’s environment from forms of pollution other than air or water pollution,. Representative Andy Renzullo of Hudson, entering his fourth term, will serve as Chair of the Resources, Recreation and Development Committee. It is the duty of the Committee on Resources, Recreation and Development to consider all matters relating to natural


resources, water pollution and control; parks and recreational areas; recreational industries and matters concerning state controls on property development. Representative Lynne Ober of Hudson, entering her fourth term, will serve as Vice-Chair of the Finance Committee. It is the duty of the Committee on Finance to examine and consider the state of the treasury; to consider the budget, subjects concerning the financial interest of the state, and all measures carrying appropriations of state money, except claims against the state. Prior to the report of the Finance Committee to the House, the Speaker may refer the budget of certain self-sustaining state agencies to appropriate committees for study and recommendation. Representative Ralph Boehm of Litchfield, entering his third term, will serve as Vice-Chair of the Education Committee. It is the duty of the Committee on Education to consider subjects relating to the regulation of school districts and schools; the postsecondary college system; the University System of New Hampshire and all other matters concerning education. Representative Jordan Ulery of Hudson, entering his fourth term, has been elected Vice Chair of the Hillsborough County Executive Committee. The Executive Committee is elected by the County Convention (the 123 assembled State Representatives from the County) and is charged with acting as an on-going sub-committee of the County Convention. The Executive Committee exercises fiscal oversight of the County. They recommend to the County Delegation the fiscal year budget, approve budget transfers, new positions, the sale and use of county property, review expenditures over $5,000, financial reports and make recommendations to the County Delegation. Hillsborough County is the most populous county in New Hampshire with a multi-million dollar budget.


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Wednesday, December 29: 9:01 a.m. Phone Harassment, Cutler Road. 4:04 p.m. Animal involved incident, Hillcrest Road. 10:15 pm. Domestic disturbance. Thursday, December 30: 3:02 a.m. Disturbance, Woodland Drive. 3:19 p.m. Motor vehicle lockout, Charles Bancroft Highway. 8:12 p.m. Animal involved incident, Greenwich Road. Friday, December 31: 6:36 p.m. Theft from a motor vehicle, Charles Bancroft Highway. 8:25 p.m. Noise complaint, Liberty Way. Saturday, January 1: 10:36 a.m. Motor vehicle accident, no injuries. 3:35 p.m. Found property, Woodhawk Way. 4:40 p.m. Police service- paperwork, Page Road. 9:14 p.m. Arrested David Symonds, 21, Litchfield, Driving After Suspension, Suspended Registration. 11:02 p.m. Criminal mischief, Ronisa Avenue.


Sunday, January 2: 1:32 a.m. Motorist assist, Page Road. 10:30 a.m. Animal involved incident, Liberty Way. 4:51 p.m. Animal involved incident, Shirley Way. Monday, January 3: 7:32 a.m. Theft, Bradford Drive. 12:07 p.m. Wires down - road hazard, Page Road and Arbor Road. 12:21 p.m. VIN verification, Cutler Road. 1:44 p.m. Attempted burglary, Darlene Lane. 4:47 p.m. Theft from a motor vehicle, Bradford Drive. 6:45 p.m. Unruly juvenile, Charles Bancroft Highway. 8:33 p.m. Shots fired, Moose Hollow. 10:05 p.m. Criminal mischief, Garden Drive. 10:25 p.m. Department assist, Lund Street. Tuesday, January 4: 4:55 a.m. Mutual aid, Wiley Hill Road. 10:41 a.m. Theft from a motor vehicle, Century Lane.


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