Nashua Regional Planning Commission Fishing For Commuter Rail

by Steve MacDonald March 15, 2018

Regional Planning Commissions are unaccountable bodies of busy-bodies who operate outside the usual rules for political interference in your day to day life. They get access to and spend public money, and can serve as a pipeline for Federal political class priorities. They are also notoriously progressive, so when the Nashua Regional Planning Commission sets up […]

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NRPC Has its Own Vehicles?

by Steve MacDonald September 24, 2014
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Color me surprised when I saw this cute white ‘mini-van’ tool past me with Nashua Regional Planning Commission decals all over it. Isn’t that special? The unelected commission has its own fleet of vehicles, comprising a total of at least one that we know of. I wonder what they need those for…?   “Good morning, […]

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Anticipated Barriers Include NH’s Strong Tradition of Individual Property Rights

by Steve MacDonald January 28, 2013

Granite State Future is essentially a federal snatch and grab-bag that runs an end-around on your state and local officials, and earlier today I posted an alert about them trolling into Meredith New Hampshire at 5:30 this evening. You should learn more but for those who want to skip the study guide and all the […]

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Regional Planning Commission Meeting Tomorrow – Milford

by Steve MacDonald September 18, 2012

Our apologies for the very short notice. Last week, on the heels of a GSF rejection victory in Rochester, Dover shot down their Scenic Byway program, and the standing-room-only crowd made a HUGE difference. The Nashua Regional Planning Commission (NRPC) is holding their Executive Committee and regular Commission meetings, this Wednesday night, September 19th, in […]

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Regional Protectors or Watermelons?

by Tom July 19, 2012

NRPC Executive Committee Meeting 07-18-12 I, along with about 6 other people, attended the July, 2012 Executive Committee meeting of the Nashua Regional Planning Commission (NRPC), in an attempt to gain a better understanding of how this “advisory” Regional Planning entity operates. The 9 RPCs in New Hampshire were created as “political subdivisions” in approximately […]

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