The Nashua Board of Aldermen is having back-to-back meetings Monday, December 21, and Tuesday, December 22 to discuss and vote on an ordinance “Relative to a ban on certain indoor activities for certain businesses starting at 9:30 PM.”
Mayor Jim Donchess
In October, Nashua Mayor Jim Donchess had our Save Women’s Sports flag removed from the Nashua Citizen Flag Pole and told us it was because Nashua is a “Welcoming City.” He was afraid that the flag was not welcoming to men who identify as women and believe they have a right to compete in women’s …
At last night’s Nashua Board of Aldermen meeting, the aldermen debated an ordinance to put new restrictions on public comment at public meetings. They discussed banning public comment that is “rude or profane.” City Attorney Steve Bolton warned the alderman that such a ban could be ruled unconstitutional.
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.”