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    Coyotes, Greenup, Ice Cream, Pistols

    Here are the minutes from the last Select Board meeting. 

    Saturday, May 6, is Green Up Day in Orange. Come to the Town House at 9am., then quit work at 11 for an ice cream social. The ice cream should restore enough energy for each of us to clean up roadside trash near our homes afterward.

    The next Select Board meeting will be held a day earlier than usual: Monday, May 8, at 6pm.

    Hope you have the Coyote presentation on your calendar: Sunday, May 21. Dessert at 6 (bring one!), talk at 7. In the Town House of course. We all had a great time on the first try, even though the speaker didn't show up. This time should be even better--not to mention more educational.

    Pistol permits for concealed carry are no longer required in the Granite State. But State Police Detective Sheldon Belanger reminds us that the law applies only within New Hampshire. If you plan to carry your weapon beyond state borders, he says, you'll want to check with other states' laws. Wikipedia has a useful table that shows what's allowed in each state. You'll find it here.



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