At times, I really do wonder how often those that we elect to be our representatives or those that are hired as our employees in the State of NH actually pay attention to the NH Constitution. Oh, wait! I have the answer:
The Nashua Board of Aldermen voted to pass an updated mask ordinance. “By a 13-2 vote, the Nashua Board of Aldermen approved an amendment to the city’s COVID-19 mask policy that says retail businesses must post “Face Covering Required” signs at their entrances and deny service to anyone who is not wearing a mask.”
TMEW, the Grandson, and I had to go run a bunch of errands yesterday (and pretty much all day). And at the end, TMEW and I looked at each other: “yep, fast food.” It was, again, getting late and neither of us wanted to wait for food to cook at home. So, we picked up …
The Nashua Mayor and most of the Nashua Board of Aldermen want to force businesses to be the mask police. At the Aldermanic Personnel/Administrative Affairs Committee meeting on Thursday, September 10 at 7:00 pm, the committee members will discuss the proposed amendment to the Nashua mask ordinance.