I championed the idea of a city dog park while running for City Council, and was met with great enthusiasm. The City Council (prior to my election) unanimously passed a resolution to instruct the City Manager to explore sites for a dog park. The City Manager recommended Millennium Park, and the details have now been referred to the Recreation Committee, which I will sit on as Councilor, starting January 7, 2020.
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I wish the Mayor, the new City Council and the new School Board a healthy, safe and successful term as they serve the people of Somersworth.
Despite a record number of unsheltered people seeking a place to stay, Dover, Rochester and Somersworth have dissolved the committee in charge of addressing homelessness in the Tri-Cities. https://www.seacoastonline.com/story/news/local/2022/01/05/dover-rochester-somersworth-homelessness-committee-dissolved/9076494002/
The Tri-Cities dissolved the committee in charge of addressing homelessness, with plans to organize a new group of city professionals. As the warming center sees record numbers of unsheltered clients, some question if now is the right time to change course
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Glad that my final piece of legislation unanimously passed Somersworth City Council this week. I hope that efforts to reverse the PUC's terrible gutting of the Energy Efficiency program are successful. These programs save taxpayer $, reduce rates & protect the environment. https://twitter.com/CP4Somersworth/status/1471919366828605443
ICYMI, this Monday evening, the Somersworth City Council unanimously passed Resolution 19-22, opposing Public Utilities Commission (PUC) Order 20-092—which drastically reduces the NH Energy Efficiency/NHSaves program.
Full resolution here:
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- Resolution 19-22: CITY COUNCIL VOTE TO OPPOSE PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION (PUC) ORDER #20-092 December 17, 2021
- Update from Coronavirus / COVID-19 Local Business Information Session with Strafford Country Public Health March 11, 2020
- Somersworth Dog Park Update February 7, 2020
- Public Workshop: Presentation on New Somersworth Fire Station January 22, 2020