, Derry, New Hampshire


January 10, 2013

Letters to the editor

To run you

must first register

To the editor:

The first day to file for consideration in the March 12 Derry Town Election is Wednesday, Jan. 23. You must be a registered voter to run for a town office. You may register at the town clerk’s office Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (except lunch) and on Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. (except lunch).

In case you can’t make it during these hours, we have a supervisor session on Tuesday, Jan. 22 from 7-7:30 p.m. Of course we will stay longer if we have to. We try to allow you as much time as possible to register because you can’t run if you’re not registered.

You may do changes of name, address and party at any of the above mentioned hours also.

Have a happy and healthy new year and please get out to vote. It’s a right and a privilege.

Renee Routhier


Supervisors of the Checklist

Electronic fence

may be the answer

To the editor:

Regarding a Derry neighborhood’s dispute over dogs:

Fences make good neighbors but apparently Len Budd’s fence is inadequate and this is unfair to the dogs. I feel for the dogs more than Mr. Budd.

I am a pet owner and active in my dog club and obedience classes. But if I were Anthony Lang, frankly I would be annoyed, too. All Mr. Budd needs to do is buy an invisible fence and dog collars. This will keep his dogs in his yard and not soil up Lang’s property. For all the fines Mr. Budd has paid he probably could have had an invisible fence a long time ago.

Jessica Barker


House chamber is

no place for guns

To the editor:

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