Author Archives: Mike Lambert

Blogging

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We moved to Newburyport, MA last October and things are working out great down here . Just today I decided to begin writing again but have decided not to launch a new blog, just keep the thread going with personal and regional content. I really can’t wait to start given the current state of affairs in our Country . For me it has always been therapeutic to sit down and write. I feel better after posting. Twitter is just not cutting it for me.

Mike

We know

2015-10-07 16.33.56 In fact an approaching car spotting you at the stop sign will floor it to keep you waiting. You and all the other cars backed up to Anthony’s Bakery. Why the police can’t get out of the patrol car during these regular backups to direct traffic is beyond me.

There was a discussion many years ago regarding the Bandstand, maybe consider a move.

Why not shrink it?

P.C. Tommy Stephenson Durham Market Controlbox[5]

Mike

Seacoast Family Promise Fall Fundraiser

2015 Fall Fundraiser Tickets
Celebrating 12 years of guiding families home
Thursday, October 22, 2015
6:30pm-8:30pm
The Exeter Inn and Epoch Restaurant
90 Front Street, Exeter, New Hampshire
Hors d’oeuvres and cash bar
Donation $60 person, two for $100

Buy your ducats here.

http://www.sfpnh.org/fallfundraiser/

The Big Dig Meeting Update

The second public information meeting to discuss the upcoming utility project on Lincoln, Front, Winter, and Main Streets will be on Wednesday, October 7th at 6:30 p.m. in the Nowak Room (Town Office) . We will be discussing the schedule and traffic control for the project, followed by a question and answer period. A representative from Joseph P. Cardillo & Son will be there to answer questions also. The meeting will also be on Channel 22 and online at http://www.townhallstreams.com/locations/exeter-new-hampshire for those that can’t attend.

Have a great weekend,
Jen

Jennifer Mates, P.E.
Assistant Town Engineer
Public Works Department
13 Newfields Road
Exeter, NH 03833
(603) 418-6431
jmates@exeternh.gov