Senate Democrats Newsletter – April 30, 2021

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NDCC Meeting Minutes – April 2021

Nashua Democratic City (NDCC) Minutes Monday, April 5th, 2021 7:00 – 8:41 p.m.  (Zoom) Our NDCC April meeting was called to order by Chairman Dave Tencza, at 7:05 p.m.     The First Monday’s of the Month will continue for our NDCC Meetings for the next couple months, at least.    The next NDCC General Meetings will be May 3 and June 7th, and our NDCC Elections will be on May 12th.     Several of our Nashua State Representatives and Democratic members on the Nashua BOE were in attendance.    Slate Goodwin, from NHDP, attended, reminding us all about the upcoming Merrimack Special Election, which will be held on April 13th.    Wendy Thomas (“Water Warrior” and former State Rep.) is seeking election to go back to the Statehouse.   Slate gave us the link to sign up for “volunteer opportunities” with Wendy’s campaign.     Dave brought us up to date on what will be going on over the next few months with our City Committee.   He said that Slate will also...
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Nashua rates AAA ratings!

Nashua rates AAA ratings!

The accolades STILL just keep coming!! In November 2020, the City of Nashua has once again earned a Triple-A bond rating from Standard & Poor’s Financial Services. The Fitch Ratings agency has also given Nashua a Triple-A rating. One big reason for these top ratings is that the City works hard to make sure we are accountable and smart with the money of Nashua’s hardworking taxpayers. We spend carefully and manage our money with caution. The City’s strong financial management and the overall health of our economy earned us these Triple-A ratings. Nashua also has low debt compared with other cities. That is an important factor in the S&P rating. Our Triple-A bond rating allows the City to borrow money at lower interest rates. That makes it cheaper for us to finance projects like the new middle school, our landfill, sewers, and paving. That benefits all of Nashua’s taxpayers. Only a handful of communities in New Hampshire have Triple-A ratings from S&P and Fitch. In August...
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2020 Election Results

Congratulations to the Democratic winners! PRESIDENT-ELECT JOE BIDEN VICE-PRESIDENT-ELECT KAMALA HARRIS US SENATOR JEANNE SHAHEEN US REPRESENTATIVE - DISTRICT 1 - CHRIS PAPPAS US REPRESENTATIVE - DISTRICT 2 - ANNIE KUSTER NH SENATOR - DISTRICT 13 - CINDY ROSENWALD NH STATE REPRESENTATIVES Ward 1:Bruce CohenJan SchmidtWard 2:Paul R BergeronRay NewmanSue NewmanWard 3:Trish KleeSuzanne VailSherry DutzyWard 4:David CoteStacie-Marie LaughtonManny EspitiaWard 5:Allison Nutting-WongDan ToomeyMichael PedersenWard 6:  Efstathia BoorasFran Nutter-UphamMark KingWard 7:Melbourne Moran Jr.Catherine SofikitisDeb StevensWard 8:Laura TelerskiSkip CleaverLatha MangipudiWard 9:Michael O’BrienMarty JackLinda Harriott-Gathright County Offices: REGISTER OF DEEDS - MARY ANN CROWELL ...
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