The March Advocate opens with the story of two Dubliners who have successfully scaled NH’s 48 mountaintops over 4,000 feet, aka the NH4Ks. And they’re not stopping there; next comes the peaks for Vermont and Maine. Go ladies!
On to business, the Town’s 19 warrant articles appear in condensed form, dates remind folks when to be where regarding all the important decisions before us, not the least of which is broadband for all (see Broadband Committee insert). We include the names of all the candidates and the positions they are running for; the conservation commission welcomes participants; proposed zoning amendments are explained; and the Town Clerk’s hours are adjusted the week of voting.
Details on the nonprofits serving Dublin residents are laid out; the transfer station is now accepting corks to recycle for a good cause; and it’s time to license our dogs!
Our school board rep keeps us up to speed on budget matters, and provides direct links to data sheets; Dublin Christian Academy enjoyed winter camp; and there will be a forum about Mud Pond complete with art coming up.
The Historical Society’s Annual Potluck will feature a storytelling activity; several Dubliners will be telling stories as the Black Fly Story Hour returns; and Rotary Club shares its news. Tom Warren shares tidbits about the Winter Wren, and we always have news from our library, school, and the Hub. Don’t forget our advertisers, and see who’s new. Spring forward, on the way.