Fitzwilliam mining foes hold fundraiser
Many residents of the town have expressed concerns about reopening granite mining operations, ranging from noise, health, safety and the rural character of the town.
Fitzwilliam Granite Company, registered to Kim Olson, was started in July 2012 for the purpose of selling granite, according to the N.H. Secretary of State’s Office.
The company, however, has not yet applied to the town to resume quarry operations.
The buffet will be served from 5 to 8:30 p.m., after which music and dancing will begin.
Tickets for the dinner can be purchased at the door for $22, with $10 of each admission to be donated to the cause and matched by a donation from the Laurel Lake Association.
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