Northfield News State General Election November 4, 2014 Pines Community Center

Northfield News
11/7/2014
www.northfieldnh.org
State General Election November 4, 2014
Pines Community Center
With a total of 1,547 Northfield votes cast here are the results:
Offices
Candidates
Results
Northfield Overall
Governor
Offices
Candidates
Results
Northfield Overall
State Representative
Maggie Hassan
Walt Havenstein
788
731
255,229
230,305
United States Senator
Jeanne Shaheen
Scott P. Brown
Representative in Congress
Ann McLane Kuster
Marilinda Garcia
Executive Councilor
Colin Van Ostern
Timothy P. Dillon
State Senator
Andrew J. Hosmer
Kathleen Lauer-Rago
State Representatives
Merrimack District 3
Greg Hill
Deborah H. Wheeler
Leigh A. Webb
Carolyn A. Virtue
Merrimack District 26
Jason R. Parent
Lorrie J. Carey
784
606
3,274
3,187
Scott E. Hilliard
1,457
51,669
Scott W. Murray
1,367
50,869
Leslie G. Hammond
Ricardo Rodriguez
918
467
30,094
21,094
Kathi L. Guay
Erica Davis
896
494
31,843
20,589
896
472
31,500
20,023
827
549
9,131
6,708
Sheriff
812
715
250,722
234,846
County Attorney
765
741
130,428
106,635
County Treasurer
592
794
48,835
38,465
Register of Deeds
674
771
9,542
9,411
Register of Probate
804
682
516
594
1,200
1,100
970
934
Jane Bradstreet
Chris Ryan Pannapacker
County Commissioner
Bronwyn Asplund-Walsh
Logan Barbosa
TAX COLLECTOR
Tax Bills have been mailed with a due date of December 2, 2014.
Payment options include the following…
• On-line payments at www.northfieldnh.org by credit card or electronic check (fees may apply).
• Town Clerks Office by check or cash, during normal business hours of Mon, Thu, Fri 8:30am –
5:00pm, Tue 8:30am-7:00pm, Wed 8:30am – 12:30pm.
• By mail Town of Northfield 21 Summer Street Northfield NH 03276 by check.
If you have any questions feel free to contact the Tax Collectors office at 286-4482.
CLOSED
VETERANS DAY PARADE
Town Offices closed
Tues Nov. 11th
in celebration of
Veterans Day
We will reopen for normal business
hours Wed Nov. 12th. Curbside trash
collection will not be interrupted.
On Monday Nov. 11th there will be a parade starting at the
American Legion on Park St in Northfield. The parade starts at
10:45am, as they precede from the American Legion in
Northfield, down Main St in Tilton to the WWI monument in
front of the Tilton Town Hall, Main St Tilton, there they will do
a wreath laying ceremony along with a brief speech. Please
come out and show your pride to our Veterans.
TOWN SELLING OLD CHAIRS
The Selectmen are interested in selling old wooden folding chairs that have been stored in
the unfinished portion of the Town Hall basement for many years. Chairs will be sold for
$5.00 each, there are approximately 90 chairs available for sale. Persons interested in
purchasing one or more of the chairs should contact Town Administrator Glenn Smith at
[email protected] or 286-7039.
Help Re-Open The Dave Tryon Skate Park!
At their meeting on October 21st the Northfield Selectmen heard from citizens willing to work to keep our
skateboard park open, but they need help.
Earlier this month the Selectmen closed the park, citing numerous safety concerns. According to Police
Chief John Raffaelly “There has been damage to the fence surrounding the park and graffiti within the
park. The area of the skate park has been littered with trash and other items.” Chief Raffaelly also noted
that the area has become known for criminal activity and disruptive behavior.
The park was opened in 2007 by area parents and citizens with the understanding that community
members would repair the facility as needed and monitor its use. This community support has eroded over
the years, resulting in today’s conditions.
Last Tuesday Steve and Trish Sawicki, Chris Sheehan and his son Mike told the Selectmen that they are
willing to work to keep the park open but that they can’t do it on their own, they need the help of other
members of our community who would like to see this park kept open for our young people to use. If you
are interested in helping please call town hall at 286-7039.
Between October 27th and November 2nd the Police Department responded to 125 calls for service.
Taken into Custody:
• Timothy Spooner 27, of Franklin for Violation of Protective Order.
• Ronald Martin 65, of Hill for Theft, Cruelty to Animals and Arson (x4).
• Megan Magovern 19 of Northfield for Criminal Mischief and Simple Assault.
Other Calls for Service Included: Criminal Threatening, Thefts, Transportation of Explosives, Animal
Involved Incidents, Welfare Checks, Alarm Activations, Assist Other Agencies, Civil Matters, Domestic
Disturbance, Neighborhood Dispute, OHRV Complaint, Property Checks, Suspicious Activities, Motor
Vehicle Accidents/Checks/Complaints and Lockouts.
Next week the Highway Department will working on various projects all around town such as minor
culvert repairs, ditching, and asphalt repairs. The crew will also be putting the plows on the trucks to get
them ready for the snow season.
18 Park Street, Northfield 286-8971
www.hallmemoriallibrary.com
Monday, November 17
• Project Teen, 3:00pm –
o A Very Happy UnBirthday
• Chess Club, 4-7 p.m.
• The Bookers, 6:30 p.m. “A Piano in Every Room”
by Rosamond van der Linde
Tuesday, November 18
• Hand & Foot Canasta, 10:30 a.m.
• Tech Tuesday, 2-4 p.m. Sharpen your
technical skills on that new device!
Make an appointment, call 286-8971 or
stop by the circ. desk.
• Project Teen, 3 p.m. Create Your Own
Hours
Mon & Thur 10am - 8pm
Tue, Wed & Fri 10am – 6pm
Sat 10am – 2pm
Wednesday, November 19
• Story Time, 10:30 and 11:30 a.m. Owls
• Project Teen, 3 p.m. Homework Help
• Arts and Crafts, 3:30 p.m. Placemats
Thursday, November 20
• Project Teen, 3 p.m. Create Your Own
• Card Class, 6 p.m. Holiday Cards with Miss Julie
Friday, November 21
• Sit and Knit, 2-5 p.m.
• Project Teen, 3 p.m. Pick Your Flick... popcorn
and drinks served
New Books
“Leaving Time” by Jodi Picoult
“The Life We Bury” by Allen Eskens
“Neil Patrick Harris: choose your own autobiography” by Neil Patrick Harris
“The River is Dark” by Joe Hart
“The Major's Daughter: a novel” by J. P. Francis
“Some Luck: a novel” by Jane Smiley
“Killing Patton: the strange death of World War II's most audacious general” by Bill O'Reilly
“Hiroshima, Nagasaki: the real story of the atomic bombings and their aftermath” by Paul Ham
“A Sudden Light” by Garth Stein
“The Wonder of All Things” by Jason Mott
“Fives and Twenty-Fives: a novel” by Michael Pitre
“The Silent Sister: a novel” by Diane Chamberlain
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