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The following is from NH Journal

Maggie Hassan, Closet Democrat?

Posted to Politics September 26, 2022 by , here's a clip from the article

"Sen. Maggie Hassan wants voters to know she’s a “fighter.” Hassan wants them to know she “delivers for New Hampshire.” But there is one thing she apparently doesn’t want them to know.

She’s a Democrat."

To read the article go to: https://nhjournal.com/maggie-hassan-closet-democrat/ 

                              

"Sherman Claims No Late Term Abortions in NH, But Won’t Provide Data"

By  on September 26, 2022, here is a clip from the article

"Democrat Tom Sherman says the debate over banning late-term abortions is irrelevant because they don't happen in New Hampshire and,"…to read more go to: https://nhjournal.com

                           

Sununu Admin. Backs Effort to Block Credit Card Companies From Tracking Gun Sales

Posted to Politics September 21, 2022 by 

 The article is from NH Journal and can be viewed at:

https://nhjournal.com/sununu-admin-backs-effort-to-block-credit-card-companies-from-tracking-gun-sales/ 

                                      

NHDems Hit With ‘Cease and Desist’ Over Ballot Mailers With False Statements, Fake Gov’t Office

Posted to Politics September 23, 2022 by 

The article it from NH Journal and can be viewed at:

https://nhjournal.com/nhdems-hit-with-cease-and-desist-over-ballot-mailers-with-false-statements-fake-govt-office/

                                 

Here is the total votes for the candidates as of midnight September 13, 2022

The following is from "NH Journal" here's a clip, the full article can be found at:  

https://nhjournal.com/election-day-ja-vu-windham-ballot-problems-discovered/

‘Election Day’-Ja Vu: Windham Ballot Problems Discovered

"Here we go again. 

On the eve of the primary election came reports out of Windham that ballots are being folded with the crease going through the voting oval, apparently repeating the same errors that led to an extensive audit of the town’s ballot system after the 2020 election.

According to reports, absentee ballots sent to Windham voters ahead of Tuesday’s primary have been folded twice, with the creases going through the ovals. The same improper folds on absentee ballots in 2020 resulted in anomalous results and new state oversight of the vote.

Windham Town Clerk Nicole Merrill could not be reached for comment Tuesday. Town Hall staff said she was away at Windham High School setting up for the election....."

                               

The following is from the "Town of Londonderry New Hampshire"

PUBLIC NOTICE

Pursuant to RSA 659:49, the Town Clerk gives notice that on election day, September 13, 2022, absentee ballots will be processed starting no earlier than 8:00 AM at the polling place, the Londonderry High School gym, 295 Mammoth Road. 

Londonderry Voter Information

  • To register to vote, one must provide:
  • Proof of Londonderry residency
  • Proof of citizenship (passport, birth certificate, naturalization papers)
  • Proof of age
  • Photo ID

Applicants for registration who possess proof of identity, age, citizenship, and domicile should bring that proof when they come to register. Qualified applicants who do not possess proof or who do not bring proof with them may register if they sign an affidavit attesting to their qualifications for identity, age, domicile and citizenship.

When and where are elections held?

Polls are open from 6:00am to 8:00pm in the Londonderry High School Gym located at 295 Mammoth Rd.

How do I obtain an absentee ballot?

1) You must be a registered voter

2) If you are requesting a ballot for the General Election or the Town Election, you do not need to be affiliated with a “Party”. (Undeclared voter.)

3) If you are Undeclared and wish to vote in a State or Presidential Primary, you must declare a Party Affiliation (Democrat or Republican). Once you have declared a party, you are now affiliated with that party until you change back to Undeclared, should you choose. This can only be done after the election is held in which you have changed your party.

4) You must be out of state and unable to make it to the polls on the day of the election in order to request an absentee ballot.

5) The request must be completed in writing from the individual. See “Forms” for a printed request.

6) You may fax your request form to 603-421-9617. Please provide us with a contact number or e-mail should any questions arise to help expedite your request.

7) Request forms may be found on our web-site. From the home page go to departments/town clerk-tax collector/forms and click on the form you need. Please remember you must complete a form for each election even though there are several options for the State and Federal Elections. (i.e. one for State Primary and one for Presidential Election.)

When can I register to vote?

At Town Hall during regular business hours, special sessions of the Supervisors of the Checklist (which are held prior to any election or meeting for which times and dates are published in local newspapers and posted at the Town Hall) or at any election. *Note – No one may register at any meeting or deliberative session.

When is the Voter Registration Cut Off?

No one may register within ten days prior to any meeting or election, which allows time to correct and print the checklists.

Who can I contact about voting and registration?

Supervisors of the Checklist

Kristin Grages 682-0259

Kirsten Hildonen

Are you ready to vote??? Here is a link to the Republican State Primary sample ballot: 

https://www.londonderrynh.org/sites/g/files/vyhlif4616/f/uploads/republican_state_primary_sample_ballot_-_8.5.2022.pdf

Simply copy and paste in your browser / then print - to be ready for September 13, 2022 voting day at the Londonderry High School - see you there - Ron

                                   

The following is from "New Hampshire Legal Aid"

Parental Rights

As a parent, you have certain rights. You have the right to be with your child and you have the right to make decisions about how your child will grow up. You have the right to decide about your child's education and religion. However, your child's other parent has the same rights.

When two parents cannot agree on how these important rights should be exercised, or which parent should control on which issue, they may need a court to help figure it out. Only a court order can take away or limit your rights.

Parental Responsibilities

Along with your parental rights you have parental responsibilities. The two go together, and the failure to live up to your responsibilities can cause you to lose some or all of your rights.

Parental responsibilities include the responsibility to:

  • adequately support your child,
  • provide food, shelter and basic necessities,
  • guide and control your child's behavior,
  • ensure that your child is appropriately educated,
  • ensure that your child receives necessary medical care,
  • keep your child safe,
  • support positive relationships between your child and the other parent, and
  • make decisions for and about your child that are in the child's best interests, not your own.

Determining Parental Rights and Responsibilities

Court orders about parental rights and responsibilities are usually made in two different categories: decision-making responsibility and residential responsibility.

Residential responsibility refers to the responsibility to provide a home for the child - whether the child is there most of the time or only occasionally.

The Legal Standard

Judges make orders regarding the parental rights and responsibilities based upon what is in the “best interests” of the child. This is true whether the court is ruling on a petition for divorce or a petition for parental rights and responsibilities (these used to be called custody petitions). A parental rights and responsibilities petition can ask a court to rule on any of the issues that pertain to the children.

Courts decide what is in the child’s “best interests” by considering many different factors. Along with the evidence each parent presents the court, the judge will consider:

  • the child’s relationship with each parent, and each parent’s ability to love, nurture and guide the child,
  • the ability of each parent to adequately care for the child,
  • the child’s developmental needs and each parent’s ability to meet them, now and in the future,
  • the quality of the child’s adjustment to school and the community, and the potential effect of any change,
  • the ability of each parent to foster a positive relationship between the child and the other parent, including open communications,
  • the relationship between the child and other people,
  • the ability of the parents to work together,
  • any evidence of abuse,
  • circumstances involving a parent’s incarceration, and
  • any other relevant factor.
Date: 
August 2015
Author: 
LEGAL ADVICE & REFERRAL CENTER

                                        

The following is a clip from; 

"Abortions with Love"

The laws surrounding abortion (in several states) have been making headlines this year. New Hampshire is one of the states in the midst of this highly debated topic. As of this writing, New Hampshire will prohibit abortion after 24 weeks of gestation starting on January 1, 2022.

This means that it will be illegal to terminate a pregnancy after 24 weeks. Additionally, any person seeking an abortion, even one that is legal, will be required to undergo an ultrasound, rather than an over-the-belly scan."  End quote

                                           

The following is from "Town of Londonderry New Hampshire"

Senior Assistance Programs

Mission

Provide limited short term financial assistance to eligible individuals or families until they qualify for employment or other financial assistance programs.

Major Services/Responsibilities

Review and grant general assistance to qualified applicants in accordance with Town guidelines.Assist needy citizens in non-financial ways by acting as liaison with other private and public services. Maintain complete statistical, case, and financial records in accordance with RSA 41:46.  Assist other Londonderry municipal departments or civic organizations that serve the needy.  Process ambulance and property tax hardship abatement requests.

Senior Affairs:

Mission Statement

The mission of the Senior Affairs Department is to  assist Londonderry Seniors by facilitating programs and information that support and promote financial and social independence. 

Major Services/Responsibilities

  • Provide information and referral to town seniors as needed regarding fiscal, medical and social issues.
  • Provide coordination of senior recreational, educational and social programs.  
  • Manage program budget for town senior program.
  • Maintain a needs / interest database, update as needed.
  • Maintain and oversee meals / lunch program at the Londonderry Senior Center. 
  • Improve transportation options for seniors

                                  

 You'll want to read the article from Author and Dr Mary Maxwell its from "Granite Grok" at:

https://granitegrok.com/mg_manchester/2022/08/the-eavesdropper

                                 

The following is from the "Town of Londonderry"

Funding Sources for Residents with Dry Wells or PFAS Issues

POSTED ON: JULY 21, 2022 - 2:21PM

 

ATTENTION, residents with private wells:  we want to bring to your attention two upcoming financial assistance opportunities: 

  1. For dry wells:  Emergency financial assistance is available for “low-income NH homeowners served by residential wells that are experiencing irreversible water supply quantity or quality problems” due to extreme weather conditions (drought, hurricane etc.) or natural hazards (flooding, earthquake etc.).  The program is structured/classified for reimbursements to vendors to alleviate the burden of initial payment for services.  The online application portal – for private well owners and vendors - will open in early August and will be posted under  NH DES Water Well Rebate.  According to Commissioner Robert Scott, “We are watching the drought status and have reached out to well drillers so that they know of the potential for the program to be available should they witness a situation or are asked about financial support”. Any questions, please contact Erin Holmes at NH DES -Erin.L.Holmes@des.nh.gov.
  2. PFAS Rebate Program:  Applications will open JULY 25, 2022J. (NOTE: This program is only available to those who live OUTSIDE the St. Gobain Consent Decree Area and are thus not receiving bottled water and a long-term solution from St. Gobain).  Funding from this program will potentially assist these residents, private well owners who used a private vendor for testing, or other private wells not tested to date by either NH DES or a private vendor.  The program will provide up to $5,000 for the purchase and installation of a treatment system (point of use or point of entry) designed to remove PFAS or up to $10,000 to connect to an existing water system.  More details can be found on the DES website (https://www4.des.state.nh.us/nh-pfas-investigation/?page_id=1419), but here are some important dates:

JULY 25,  2022 – APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED AT: PFAS Removal Rebate Program for Private Wells– NH PFAS Investigation (state.nh.us).

AUGUST 3, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. – WEBINAR FOR PFAS REMOVAL REBATE PROGRAM:   https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6204068450905163275

                          

New Hampshire says:

When you purchase firearms from private individuals in the state, you do not need to complete a background check or register a firearm. The same applies to gun shows organized in the state. However, if you are purchasing from a federally licensed dealer, you need to complete a background check. Unlike some states in the USA, owning a pistol permit in New Hampshire does not automatically qualify your firearm purchases without completing a background check. However, there is no waiting period for completing the purchase of a firearm in New Hampshire. As soon as you meet all requirements, the sale is completed.

                               

Are you ready to vote??? Here is a link to the Republican State Primary sample ballot: 

https://www.londonderrynh.org/sites/g/files/vyhlif4616/f/uploads/republican_state_primary_sample_ballot_-_8.5.2022.pdf

Simply copy and paste in your browser / then print - to be ready for September 13, 2022 voting day at the Londonderry High School - see you there - Ron

                             

 

August 7th, 2022

A bunch of us met at the Republican Victory Office in Londonderry, NH.  To share stories about our journey to September 13th

 

 

 

 

 

 

Check out Web-Sites:

https://londonderry-gop.org - (Londonderry Republican Committee - LRC)

https://www.citizenscount.org

 

July 29, 2022 

Here we are once again on the trail to voting day - September 13th - where we're out knocking on doors.  To the many wonderful people we met - thank you - thank you for opening your door and to those that agreed to a sign in their yard - thank you.  Through-out the day we answered many questions about lowering taxes, the water issue, Constitutional carry, and many others.  Some homes we left a door hanger.  Door hangers provide a brief bit of information about our commitment to you.   

 

If after reading this you have a question or would like us to visit your neighborhood drop us a note using the easy "Contact" form on this Web-Site.  I look forward to seeing you at Londonderry High School on Voting Day September 13, 2022.

Again, Thank You

Ron 

                       

Town of Lonsdonderry:

PFAS Task Force

Mission

The PFAS Community Task Force was created by the Town Council to, with the assistance of NHDES, do the following: (1) identify a plan for water sampling to better assess the extent of PFAS-related contamination in the Town of Londonderry; (2) identify, study and make recommendations as to potential remediation and mitigation measures related to PFAS-related contamination; and (3) assist the council and Town staff with informing and educating residents on the sampling, extent of conamination, and potential remediation and mitigation measures as necessary. 

Staff Contacts

Name Phone
Robert Kerry (603) 432-1100 x137
Tom Dolan

Board Members

Name Title
Jim Doucakis Member
Craig Durrett Member
Anne Fenn Member
Thomas Garside Member
George Kadziolka Member
Paul Lockwood Member
David Robinson Alternate Member
Richard Lombard Alternate Member

 The latest information on water from State of New Hampshire Executive Council

PRIVATE WELL FUNDING

FUNDING FOR PFAS REMEDIATION - PRIVATE WELLS

OR PRIVATE WELL OWNERS WITH QUALITY/QUANTITY ISSUES

More than 13% of Rockingham County is in a severe drought (National Integrated Drought Information System) which may adversely affect the integrity of private wells (shallow wells) and increase the risk of exposure to unsafe levels of contaminants – for example drought increases risk exposure to naturally occurring arsenic(USGS).

With nearly 50% of New Hampshire residents dependent on private wells for their water supply, I would encourage all to review two new grant programs being launched by the NH Department of Environmental Services - particularly with 100% of District Three residents impacted by abnormally dry/moderate drought conditions.

$500,000 – Water Assistance for Natural Disaster (WAND)

Emergency financial assistance is available for “low-income NH homeowners served by residential wells that are experiencing irreversible water supply quantity or quality problems” due to extreme weather conditions (drought, hurricane etc.) or natural hazards (flooding, earthquake etc.). The program is structured/classified for reimbursements to vendors to alleviate the burden of initial payment for services.

The online application portal – for private well owners and vendors - will open in early August and will be posted under NH DES Water Well Rebate Any questions – please contact Erin Holms at NH DES Erin.L.Holmes@des.nh.gov

Low-Income Residential Well Owners - Eligibility

  • Tier 1 – 100% assistance less a $250 deductible if below 50% of the applicable MHI

  • Tier 2 – 80% assistance with a 20% cost if above 50% and at or below 65% of the applicable MHI

  • Tier 3 - 50% assistance with a 50% cost share if above 65% and at or below 80% of the applicable MHI

    According to Commissioner Robert Scott – “We are watching the drought status and have reached out to well drillers so that they know of the potential for the program to be available should they witness a situation or are asked about financial support”.

    $5 MILLION for Removal of PFAS in Private Wells – Rebate

NH DES has tested 9,000 private wells in New Hampshire for PFAS, a synthetic chemical used for a myriad of purposes– stain resistance, petroleum fire suppression etc. Certain PFAS chemicals are no longer being made in the United States, yet consumer goods imported internationally may contain PFAS (textiles, carpeting, packaging). “Studies have shown that chronic or repeated ingestion of water with certain PFAS over a person’s lifetime may be associated with increased cholesterol and liver enzymes, as well disorders of the cardiovascular, immunological.” The half-life of certain PFAS compounds may exceed 3.5 years – hence these chemicals have been labeled the “forever chemicals”. Of the 9000 private wells tested, more than 3500 private wells had elevated levels in exceedance of NH’s Ambient Groundwater Quality Standards (4 PFAS compounds). Responsible third parties have provided alternate water supplies to 1,000 well owners. However, 2000 contaminated private wells have not been linked to a specific site/third party – thus have not received financial relief for necessary upgrades. Funding from this program will potentially assist these residents, private well owners who used a private vendor for testing, or other private wells not tested to date by either NH DES or a private vendor.

Program specifics

I Time Funding for Qualified Well Owners

$10,000 to connect to existing public water system

$5,000 for purchase installation of treatment system

Eligible Recipients

1.  Owners of single/multi family homes with private wells in exceedance of NH PFAS AGQS (no alternative water supply)

2.  Tenants serviced by private wells in exceedance of NH PFAS AGQS (landlord has not applied).

3.  Vendors and subcontractors can apply on behalf of eligible applicants.

  • Additionally, property owners who have tested their wells with a private vendor are eligible for funding.  Email pfasrebateprogram@des.nh.gov to request to be added to a list for notification. They will also be sent a notification/invitation letter funding.
  • Any resident with a private well - not included in the initial DES testing or has not had their well tested for PFAS - can request sampling online  (Southern NH PFOA Investigation Private Well-Testing Request Form Survey (surveymonkey.com).

KEY DATES

JULY 25, 2022 – APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED AT: PFAS Removal Rebate Program for Private Wells – NH PFAS Investigation (state.nh.us).

AUGUST 3, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. – WEBINAR FOR PFAS REMOVAL REBATE PROGRAM https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6204068450905163275

Please contact Executive Councilor Janet Stevens, District 3 with any questions or concerns. 

(603) 436-1645 Janet.L.Stevens@nh.gov

Here is a Web-Site that provides local news: http://townunderground.com

The following is from the NH Journal:

                         

SNHU Under Fire Over Anti-Free Speech Policy Banning ‘Controversial’ Speakers

Posted to Politics July 19, 2022 by 

The free speech non-profit FIRE says Southern New Hampshire University is trying to throttle free speech on campus with its new policy of reviewing and approving all invited speakers to the school. 

To read more go to: https://nhjournal.com/snhu-under-fire-over-anti-free-speech-policy-banning-controversial-speakers/

                          

As Attacks Continue, Kuster Backs Bill Targeting Crisis Pregnancy Centers

Posted to Politics July 14, 2022 by 

To read full article go to: https://nhjournal.com/as-attacks-continue-kuster-backs-bill-targeting-crisis-pregnancy-centers/

                       

House Dems to Advance ‘Assault Weapon’ Ban Backed by Kuster, Pappas

Posted to Politics July 15, 2022 by 

To read full article go to:  https://nhjournal.com/house-dems-to-advance-assault-weapon-ban-backed-by-kuster-pappas/ 

                      

VOSE: A Slap in the Face to N.H. Ratepayers

Posted to Energy June 30, 2022 by 

Exert from NH Journal:

According to New England’s grid operator, in 2021 natural gas and electricity prices reached their highest level since 2014. Furthermore, the winter of 2021-2022 saw average real-time electricity prices hit $105.48 per megawatt hour, compared to $51.66 in the winter of 2020-2021.

To read more go to: https://nhjournal.com/vose-a-slap-in-the-face-to-n-h-ratepayers/

                               

 Take a look at the following Web-Sites:

https://603alliance.org/mission/ 

https://wethepeoplenh.org/main-issues/

                           

The following article is from "Patch.com"

New Hampshire Electric Cooperative Increases Electric Rates

https://patch.com/new-hampshire/londonderry/new-hampshire-electric-cooperative-increases-electric-rates

NHEC, which services 118 communities, including Londonderry, is increasing its Co-op Power Charge from 9.62 cents to 16.98 cents per kWh.

InDepth NH, News Partner

                       

Green Energy Proposals Wouldn’t Lower NH Utility Bills

Posted to Energy June 21, 2022 by Andrew Cline

Go to; https://nhjournal.com/green-energy-proposals-wouldnt-lower-nh-utility-bills/

                     

Dartmouth College GOP: Dartmouth Continues to Persecute Republicans on Campus

Posted to Education May 18, 2022 by Dartmouth College GOP

Go to; https://nhjournal.com/dartmouth-college-gop-dartmouth-continues-to-persecute-republicans-on-campus/

Ron with Kristine Perez

June 25, 2022

Ron and Kristine were at the "We Ride So They Can Fly" today.

Here is a link to "We Ride So They Can Fly" web site;

https://weridesotheyfly.org/home

Here is a short quote from their mission statement: "They show our most senior Heroes that America has not forgotten their service and sacrifice. Today,  we strive to provide family, friends, and community members with an opportunity to serve those who so bravely served them. It is time we give back to those who have given up so much for us."  

For more information on Kristine Perez see: https://www.facebook.com/people/Kristine-Perez-for-NH-State-Rep/100082234428925/

 

 

Ron Meets Don Bolduc

June 23, 2022

Ron met Don at a Londonderry Town Hall style meeting just this past Monday June 20, 2022

Ron asks you to support Don Bolduc

For more information about Don see: "Meet Don Bolduc"  https://donbolduc.com/about/

 

 

 

                          

Support HB1431 Establishing the parental bill of rights

see:  https://legiscan.com/NH/text/HB1431/2022

                      

Sign up for Leadership Londonderry

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LONDONDERRY — The Leadership Londonderry program is now accepting applications for its town and school government informational training program.

Sessions begin in September, and the program runs through May of 2023.

Class members attend one session/month (typically the second Thursday of each month), 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in Town Hall and other locations around Londonderry.

The program is open to any Londonderry resident. Applications and information may be found online at londonderrynh.org and should be submitted by July 8. There is a $50 program fee. For more information, contact Pollyann Winslow at (603) 858-6696 or Lisa Drabik by email atldrabik@londonderrynh.org.

The Leadership Londonderry schedule includes the following:

September 15, introductions and bus tour of Londonderry; Oct. 13, public safety, meet police and fire command staff, tour police and fire stations; Nov. 17, overview of town government, finance, budget process, with guest speakers including Town Council chairman, town manager, finance director and Budget Committee members; Dec. 8, planning and economic development in town with speakers including town planner, and other planning and department heads and committees; Jan. 12, elections and the environment. Speakers include election personnel, building inspector, environmental engineer and other town committees related to environmental issues; Feb. 9, introduction to school government, tour a school and meet members of School Board, superintendent, administrators and other school personnel; March 9, quality of life in Londonderry including library, cable, senior center, and recreation; April 13, transportation in Londonderry, tour Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, hear speakers talk about the airport, town roads, etc.; May or June, date to be determined, program wraps up with graduation and dinner. Certificates presented to program participants.

Support the Billboard Campaign

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Tuesday, May 3, 2022 12:06 PM

HOUSE BILL 1022 AN ACT permitting pharmacists to dispense

HOUSE BILL 1022

AN ACT permitting pharmacists to dispense the drug ivermectin by means of a standing order.

SPONSORS: Rep. Cushman, Hills. 2; Rep. Kofalt, Hills. 4; Rep. Sheehan, Hills. 23; Rep. Yakubovich, Merr. 24; Rep. Blasek, Hills. 21; Rep. Torosian, Rock. 14; Rep. Harley, Rock. 20; Rep. T. Lekas, Hills. 37

COMMITTEE: Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs


Tuesday, May 3, 2022 11:58 AM

PFAS Removal...

Information about the PFAS Removal Rebate Program

POSTED ON: JANUARY 24, 2022 - 9:24AM

Attention, residents!  More information about the upcoming PFAS Removal Rebate Program has been shared by NHDES (Department of Environmental Sciences).  Here are some of the relevant details, but please click the link below for additional information!

  1. The NHDES will provide a one-time rebate of up to $1,500 per residential unit to assist eligible private residential well users in the purchase and installation of a treatment system designed to remove PFAS (POU or POET) or connecting to an existing public water system.
  2. Funding for the rebate program was recently established and the program is still in development. It is anticipated that the program will be accepting applications in two to three months.
  3. The program is retroactive back to September 30, 2019. You do not have to wait for the program to be live to act.
  4. If the NHDES sampled your well, an email or letter will be sent out to you indicating that the program is accepting applications. If you sampled your well yourself or hired someone else to sample your well, please email pfasrebateprogram@des.nh.gov requesting to be added to a list to be notified when the program is accepting applications.

For more information about the program, including what information is necessary to apply for the rebate and an FAQ about the program, please visit PFAS Removal Rebate Program for Private Wells – NH PFAS Investigation (state.nh.us)


Tuesday, May 3, 2022 11:15 AM

Bill Title: HB1097 Relative to taxation of income of New Hampshire residents when working remotely for an out of state employer.

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

In the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Twenty Two

AN ACT relative to taxation of income of New Hampshire residents when working remotely for an out of state employer.

Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened:

1  New Chapter; Position on Out-of-state Taxation of Remote Worker Income.  Amend RSA by inserting after chapter 78-E the following new chapter:

CHAPTER 78-F

POSITION ON OUT-OF-STATE TAXATION OF REMOTE WORKER INCOME

78-F:1 Purpose; Declaration. In order to promote the health of its economy and the welfare of its citizens, by preserving an environment in which labor is not unduly penalized, it is declared to be the sovereign interest of the state of New Hampshire that the income from employer-employee relationship such as wage income, salary income, or other employee compensation earned or received by residents of the state of New Hampshire for services entirely performed within the state of New Hampshire shall not be subject to personal income taxation in any other state.

2  Effective Date.  This act shall take effect upon its passage.


Tuesday, May 3, 2022 10:58 AM

Veterans' Tax Credits

ALL VETERANS' TAX CREDIT

Current Credit Amount: $500

  • New applications must be submitted between January 1st and April 15th.
  • Applications to be completed in the Assessor's Office.
  • Must provide proof of residency (license), DD-214/215 and if property is in a Trust, a copy of the trust.
  • Qualifications


Tuesday, May 3, 2022 10:51 AM

Leadership Londonderry 2022-2023 Application & Information

POSTED ON: FEBRUARY 23, 2022 - 11:34AM

Have you ever wanted to learn more about your Town and School governments, tour local facilities and meet key players?  The Leadership Londonderry program is now accepting applications for its town and school government informational training program!  Sessions will begin in September 2022, and the program runs through May 2023.  Class members attend one session/month (typically the 2nd Thursday of each month) from 4:30 - 7:30 PM in Town Hall and other locations around Londonderry. The program is open to any Londonderry resident. Applications may be found online and should be submitted by May 12, 2022. There is a $50 program fee. For more information, contact Pollyann Winslow at 858-6696 or Lisa Drabik by email (ldrabik@londonderrynh.org). Please click the links below for the calendar of sessions, informational sheet and the simple application!

Leadership Londonderry 2022-2023 Calendar

Leadership Londonderry Application 2022-2023

Leadership Londonderry 2022-2023 Q&A


Monday, April 11, 2022 11:24 PM

PFAS Update

Important Information for Londonderry Homeowners Living Within the St. Gobain Consent Decree Area

POSTED ON: APRIL 18, 2022 - 1:49PM

Important Information for Londonderry Homeowners Living Within the St. Gobain Consent Decree Area:  DES and St. Gobain Reach Agreement on Provision of Alternate Drinking Water.  Please visit the DES - press link "PFAS Update" above. 


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