4 - March 23, 2012 | Pelham - Windham News
The Word Around Town... Letters to our Editor
Hohenberger Tanks All who Supported Him
Tank you so much for your continued support. It
is very rewarding to have received the endorsement of the residents of Windham. I will do my best to live up to your expectations and deliver on my promise of impartial and open-minded government, while maintaining my frugal approach to government spending. I look forward to serving all of you for another three years and hope that if ever there is anything I can do to assist you in my capacity as Selectman you will call me at 432-9415.
Roger Hohenberger – Windham Joanis is Looking Forward to
Serve the People of Windham I would like to thank the voters for electing me
to the Windham School Board. I look forward to the opportunity to serve the students and citizens of Windham. Campaigning was such a positive experience for me and my entire family. We enjoyed meeting so many of our neighbors and engaging the public on the future of our schools and our town. It took the hard work of many to make this possible, and I am grateful to everyone who volunteered their time and energy to the race.
I would especially like to thank my family, friends, neighbors, the Windham Women’s Club and the Windham PTA for their support. I would also like to thank my opponents for running an above-board campaign that stuck to the issues and avoided personal attacks.
I look forward to the challenges ahead. I am optimistic that at this time next year we will be moving forward with a teacher’s contract and a plan to address facility and capacity issues that are both acceptable to the voters.
Tank You for Supporting St. Patrick’s School
On behalf of the St. Patrick’s School and Parish Communities, I would like to thank the people of the Town of Pelham for turning out to vote for Warrant Article 8 on March 13. Te passage of Warrant Article 8 will result in the allocation of funds for a school nurse, textbooks and for state mandated testing for the Pelham children attending St. Patrick’s School. St. Patrick’s School is fortunate to have the support of the citizens of the Town of Pelham.
Rev. Anthony F. Kuzia, CM, Pastor, St. Patrick’s Parish – Pelham
McCleod Extends His Tanks Tank you for the tremendous support you gave me
on Election Day in the race for a seat on the Windham Board of Selectmen – it was overwhelming and very much appreciated. I have enjoyed serving as one of your Selectmen for the past three years and now look forward to a new term. While I wish that more of our registered voters voted, I am grateful for the roughly 3,000 residents who voted – the weather was fantastic, wasn’t it? As always, unexpected issues will undoubtedly arise throughout the course of the year. Feel free to contact me as desired so that I understand your various concerns and can therefore do a better job of working for you by ensuring that we address your concerns. Tanks again for your support.
Ross McLeod - Windham
Tank you for your confidence. Mike Joanis - Windham
Donna Sawyer Tanks All who Supported Her
I would like to share a sincere “Tank You” to
everyone who supported me during this year’s election process - I met so many great people during the last two months. I appreciate the willingness of residents to share their thoughts and views in a challenging yet collaborative manner, and I hope that this trend continues while I am in office. I am grateful to be
part of a community that has such a passion for engaging together for the future of our excellent town and schools. I look forward to the upcoming term as Windham School District Treasurer. I would welcome any discussion, question or suggestion and can be reached via firstname.lastname@example.org
Donna Sawyer - Windham
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by Tom Gaydos, Town Administrator Eckman Construction will be holding a Contractor Job Fair on next Monday, March 26, at 4:30 p.m. in Sherburne Hall, 6 Village Green in Pelham. This meeting is for tradesmen, suppliers and sub- contractors to meet with Eckman Construction to learn about pre-qualifying to participate in bidding services and materials for the fire station construction. If you can’t make this meeting, please call me at 508-3074 for more information. It is our hope to engage as many local companies as possible throughout this project. The Fire Department has been interviewing candidates to serve as On-Call Firefighters. There were 19 applications for the nine open positions. The on-call staff supports our professional firefighters with the extra trained manpower to quickly and safely address any call. The assessing consultants are completing their review of building permits and updating property values as of April 1. Initial reports are that property values are holding steady and there has been
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some upward movement in commercial property. The Recreation Department is again sponsoring their Easter Egg Hunt and festivities on the Village Green next Saturday, the 31st, between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. There will be a bounce house, face painting, and a visit from the
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Easter Bunny who always has a special gift. The actual hunt begins at noon sharp and is for ages 3 through 8. Don’t be late as the over 5,000 eggs are found quickly! The Zoning Board of Adjustment is seeking Alternates to the Board to fill in when regular members are not available. Any resident can make application by completing a volunteer form located on the town Website www.pe
lhamweb. com or by picking one up at the Selectmen’s Office. For more information regarding what is entailed in the position, feel free to contact the Planning Office at 635-7811 or the Selectmen’s Office at 508-3074. The Police will be advertising to fill the new Officer position funded through the COPS grant. Because our Police Department has the reputation of being well run and supported by the community, we will see above average and superior candidates from which to choose. An underage drinking party caught the attention
of Pelham Police and resulted in 15 being arrested. Most of those arrested were from out of town, inebriated and had car keys in their pockets. Police will continue the investigation with additional charges possible.
Pelham Sex Offender Arrested
submitted by Pelham Police Department On March 15 at approximately 7:30 p.m., members of the Pelham
Police Department’s Criminal Bureau arrested Adam Koch, 27, of Pelham. He was charged with Duty to Report (Sex Offender). Koch, a registered sex offender, was charged with this crime in regards to failing to notify the Pelham Police Department of several on- line accounts, as required by law. He was held at the Pelham Police Department pending arraignment before the 10th Circuit Court- Salem on March, 16. Koch was previously convicted and
incarcerated for the same crime, Duty to Report, in February 2011, in Hillsborogh Superior Court.
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