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The Freecast

Mar 30, 2016

Featuring: Cord Blomquist, Mike Vine and Nick Boyle

Special Guest: Joël Valenzuela

  1. Town meeting elections and canvassing, AFP.

First segment: News in the seacoast

  1. Local Elections
    1. Spending was a theme
      1. Squad Car, Fingerprint Reader
        1. Why do we fingerprint kids?
      2. Highway Equipment, Bridges, Parks
      3. Tibbetts road remains a defunct road
      4. Cord gets elected to advisory committee
    2. Lee Passes All Spending Measures
    3. Hope on Haven Hill, Rochester Committee recommends grant funding
    4. Rochester City Council approves $5 million dollar infrastructure bond.
    5. Exeter rejected a commissions to change its form of government
    6. Exeter spent $50 million to get their water up to EPA standards

Second segment: Business of the episode

  1. Earth Eagle Brewings.

Third segment: Other Happenings

  1. Maple Syrup Troubles may-hurt-production
  2. John Deere Case shows how the right to contract means nothing to most pols
  3. Portsmouth is looking for a police chief who recognizes the failure of the war on Drugs
  4. New brewery coming to hilltop city

Fourth segment: Absurd Law

  1. Absurd Law: RSA 184:30-d Use of Milk Containers No milk and milk product container shall be used as a receptacle for any substance other than dairy products.

Fifth Segment: Philosophy of Liberty

  1. Philosophy of Liberty: Dispute resolution

Sixth Segment: History Segment

Seventh Segment: Events

  1. Winter Farmer’s Market April 9th, Wentworth Greenhouses, 141 Rollins Rd, Rollinsford, NH 03869
    1. Alternates location biweekly with Exeter High School

Other seacoast farmer’s market throughout winter and summer can be found at

Joan Bastek
over four years ago

Hope on Haven Hill, you can ask me about it. They are for the most part, privately funded. Their cause is to not have the children taken by the state and not with the mother, while she recovers. Money has not been flowing in rapidly enough to get this home open. I know these ladies personally, Colene is giving up her home to open this center. The city of Rochester is requiring these changes to allow for the children to stay. We can talk more about this off line.