Pelham - Windham News | January 27, 2012 - 7 Enterprise’s 19th Branch Nearing Completion
As you have travelled on route 38 in Pelham over the last months have seen a building rising next to the closed gas station. When it is ready it will house Enterprise Bank’s new- est branch. The bank is set to open on February. The Grand opening event on Valentine’s Day,
14th. This will be Pelham’s first Enterprise Bank.
Te main lobby of this brnch will soon join Enterprise’s local bank branches in Acton,
Andover, Billerica, Chelmsford (Littleton Road), Chelmsford (Drum Hill Road), Derry, NH, Dracut, Fitchburg, Hudson, NH, Leominster, Lowell (Merrimack Street), Lowell (Gorham Street) Methuen, North Billerica, Salem, NH, Tewksbury (Main Street), Tewksbury (Andover Street) and Westford.
Te Outside Sign was being welded in place Monday Morning
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Shaheen Announces $443,000 in Disaster Relief for New Hampshire
U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) has announced New Hampshire will receive $443,000 in emergency disaster relief from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). The funding, which includes $323,000 from the Farm Service Agency’s (FSA) Emergency Conservation Program and $120,000 from the Natural Resources Conservation Service’s (NRCS) Emergency Watershed Protection program, will help repair damage caused by Tropical Storm Irene and the October Nor’easter. The funding will be administered by the New Hampshire FSA and New Hampshire NRCS, respectively, and distributed to counties that have requested funding for specific disaster repair projects. “New Hampshire has endured two significant natural disasters in recent months, and there is still much work to be done to get our state back to normal,” Shaheen said. “This funding will help farmers restore damaged land to productivity, and support repairs to roads and bridges damaged by flooding. It will help communities around the state achieve a full recovery in the wake of these disasters, and we are grateful for the assistance.” “I’m extremely pleased these funds have been released and
they’re extremely timely, allowing New Hampshire’s farmers to be able to repair damage to their farmland,” said Jay Phinizy, New Hampshire FSA Executive Director. “As everyone knows, productive land in New Hampshire is at a premium and is at the heart of our ability to supply products to consumers in our state and throughout the Northeast.” “This additional Emergency Watershed Protection money matched with local contributions is vital in order to stabilize damaged streams and protect homes, businesses, roads, and bridges on 10 emergency sites in Coos, Grafton, and Carroll Counties,” said Richard Ellsmore, New Hampshire NRCS State Conservationist.
New Hampshire to Receive Remainder of Funding for
Home Heating Aid Program U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) has announced that New Hampshire will receive $6.5 million from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for a critical home heating assistance program that will help families and seniors in need stay warm this winter. The payment from HHS to New Hampshire’s Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is the last the state will receive for Fiscal Year 2012. It brings the total LIHEAP funding issued to New Hampshire for Fiscal Year 2012 to $26 million.
“I’m glad this funding has been released quickly enough to help the many vulnerable citizens in New Hampshire who need help keeping warm during the remaining winter months,” Shaheen said. “For thousands of families and individuals across the state who are in need, this funding will help provide immediate heating assistance.” “We’re pleased that this official funding will continue to support our efforts to help those in need in New Hampshire in these difficult times,” said Joanne Morin, Director of the New Hampshire Office of Energy and Planning.
Shaheen has opposed efforts by the Obama Administration and Congress to cut funding for LIHEAP, and has called on the Administration to release funding to the states as quickly as possible.
For a full list of providers accepting new patients, visit www.snhhs.org
. Ryan Kramer, MD, Primary Care of Hudson Need a doctor?
Health care designed around you means... we’re in your neighborhood.
The following primary care practices are now accepting new patients:
Anitha Kuchipudi, MD 23 Stiles Road, Suite 216, Salem, NH 03079 | Phone: 890-4652
FAMILY PRACTICE: Primary Care of Hudson Now offering on-site Immediate Care services! 300 Derry Road, Hudson, NH 03051 | Phone: 886-3979
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