A few days ago, we reported on an order given by a Middle School Principal in Derry, New Hampshire. Those not wearing improperly fitted masks would get after-school detention, at which the school nurse would explain why they needed them that way.
Honorable Aldermen, My name is John Cawthron. I am a resident of Nashua. The mask mandate put in place by the previous Board is hurting our city. I myself will not wear a mask and do not patronize any establishment in a city that enforces this mandate.
What was the first order of business for the State Legislature in Utah? A Joint resolution was proposed and passed both houses that overturned mask mandates in Summit and Salt Lake County. Both had imposed them, but the Legislature overruled those orders, and they can no longer be enforced.
To: Ms. Bobbie Bagley Director, Nashua Div. of Public Health and Community Services. Dear Director Bagley – I opposed the recent reimposition of a mask mandate for Nashua, and now note that a new meeting is scheduled for 01/19/22 where the topic may be addressed.
Progressive community organizer and sometimes Ward 10 Concord City Councilor Zandra Rice Hawkins wanted a mask mandate for the state Capital. All the finest left-wing-run urban toilets have them. How would it look if we didn’t cling to the faulty science and add one too?
Plymouth State University sent out an email informing students and faculty of their COVID19 guidelines and requirements for the new semester*. Along with the usual garbage was a mask mandate notice requiring everyone to wear N95 respirators.
New Hampshire’s capital will consider a city-wide indoor mask mandate at an upcoming meeting. Councilor Zandra Rice-Hawkins made the proposal because “It’s simple, effective, people have experience with it.”
Here’s a big bowl of stupid for you on this lovely if not a bit too (freaking bitter) cold Thursday morning. As you probably know, Nashua reinstituted a cite-wide mask mandate (some reporting on that here). But Merrimack didn’t. So, what’s up with this?
Last week we reported on this week’s special meeting at which the Nashua Board of Alderman would review a Board of Health-proposed city-wide mask mandate. They had it, and they did it, and passed it, without any public comment.