Bedford officials, legislators to hold joint session Sept. 19
State representatives scheduled to attend include Dave Danielson, John Graham, Keith Murphy, Kelleigh Murphy and Moe Villeneuve. Town Manager Jessie Levine and Tim Mayes, school superintendent, also have been invited.
“Some meritorious ideas may take years to take root at the Legislature. Both the school district and town will be interested in revenue items. The school board has indicated an interest in discussing whether there are potential changes in adequacy funding, New Hampshire Retirement and capital improvements. The council also has an interest in New Hampshire Retirement System developments and our own revenue sources: highway and bridge aid, and rooms and meal tax,” said Bandazian.
“They cannot participate in a speaking role. The next time we do this, we’ll invite the public to speak to the three governing agencies on what’s on their mind,” he said.
“The legislators have no medium to hear from voters. The council hears from residents, and the school district hears from parents, but legislators have no or little contact with the public. This will give them that,” he said.
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