March 13, 2019
NewsLink  is a bi-weekly newsletter of the New Hampshire Municipal Association.  
Its purpose is to keep you up-to-date on the latest information  of interest to municipal officials.
After Elections, Time to Update Your Official Rosters
Free Workshops for Seasoned and Newly Elected Officials!
A Word About Annual Town Reports
Right-to-Know Law Affects All Municipal Officials!
Southern New Hampshire Region 
March 26 at Derry Municipal Center
North Country Region 
April 3 at Berlin High School Library
Seacoast Region 
May 3 at Dover Police Department Community Room
Free Community Water System Workshops 
Upcoming NHMA Workshops 
Upcoming NHMA Webinars - Convenient, Easy to Attend, and Free!
COURT UPDATE
LEGISLATIVE BULLETIN
2018 STATE AID BOOKLET
RULEMAKING REGISTER
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
ANNOUNCEMENTS
CAREERS AND JOBS
Members in the News
NewsLink will periodically feature a segment that highlights recognition of our members (and any other good news that deserve notice) in a new segment called "Members in the News."
 
So please send any recognitions, awards, distinctions or any other news worthy items to us at  newslink@nhmunicipal.org. The emphasis is on good news and/or stories of how municipal professionals are transforming the way we serve our residents every day.
Get Schooled About New Hampshire's Town Meeting!

Check out NHMA's Government Affairs Counsel Cordell Johnston as part of a panel discussion with other municipal officials looking at town meetings in New Hampshire on NHPR's "The Exchange" program with Laura Knoy.  

This program aired on Wednesday, March 6, and included the following guests:
  • Howard Atschiller, Executive Editor, Seacoast Media Group
  • Peter Basiliere, Milford Town and School Moderator
  • Chris Hawkins, Newmarket Town and School Moderator
Episode 6 of NHPR's Civics 101 New Hampshire 
Program Features NHMA's Byrnes and Buckley on Town Meetings

Town meetings are a New Hampshire institution. It's where all the year's town business is voted on by citizens in town halls, gyms, and community centers around the state. But for the uninitiated, town meeting can be confusing. 

NHPR's Daniela Allee breaks down the history and function of this annual tradition with NHMA's Executive Director Margaret Byrnes  and Legal Services Counsel Stephen Buckley.and others.  Thank you for inviting NHMA on the show!

 Check Out Episode 6 Here!  
(17 minutes)
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