NH picks conservation group for prime beach storefront
Under the three-year agreement, Blue Ocean Society for Marine Conservation will pay the state just under $6,000 a year, plus a percentage of its income. For the first year of the contract, the group will keep all its admission fees, program fees and donations while paying the state 10 percent of its income from private, scheduled events. In the second and third years, it will pay 10 percent of its income from admission fees, plus the 10 percent from event fees.
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