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March 12. 2013 10:41PM

Center Harbor voters approve warrant

CENTER HARBOR – Voters passed all six articles dealing with zoning amendments on Tuesday, including an article that designated five properties as State Prime Wetlands.
 
In uncontested races, Harry Veins earned a seat on the board of selectmen; Town Clerk Sheila Mohan returns to her position with 170 votes, Ellen Burns returns as tax collector and Jeannie Degrace as town treasurer.
 
Article 1-G asked voters if they favored placing properties on Sturtevant Bay, the Newman Trust Wetland Complex on Center Harbor Neck Road; the Chamberlain-Reynolds Heron Cover, Otter Pond and the Fogg Hill Bog Wetland complex into State Prime Wetland designation.
 

The town will hold its town meeting on Wednesday at 7 p.m.


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