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Pinkerton contract, budget grab attention at Hooksett deliberative session
Jason Hyde, a current candidate for one of the district’s five open school board seats, proposed a $745,000 reduction to the district’s proposed $29,935,864 budget. The amendment was rejected by voice vote, however.
Of course, all articles must now be approved at the second session of the School District Meeting, which takes place on Tuesday, March 11 from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Those who are vying for the elected positions include Phil Denbow, an incumbent appointed to the board in May of 2013. He’s also the chairman of the Hooksett High School Warrant Article Committee, which has been advising the school board on its presentation of facts and information to the public. He’s being challenged for the board’s open one-year seat by Joanne McHugh.
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