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NHGOP special interests rule over all else in Concord

In regards to past Articles in the local seacoast regarding PD at Hampton beach, something both Selectman Woolsey & myself have brought up several times. Who is going to cover the outside agency costs??? As an individual selectman, I have been asking this throughout my tenure and all I got from this board over the years is the mums, NO ACTION. This board has failed to address the state park operations for all the years I have been elected, Bean, Woolsey, Barnes all brought it up. NO ACTION by any of the three chairman, Griffin, Bridle, & Waddell. As far as Mr, Nyhan, President of the Chamber’s quote about “PD not putting up with the BS, “ where has he and the chamber been, that is the way it used to be at HB ALL THE TIME, until the Hampton Chamber Cabal and its cronies and UNELECTED lobbyists got involved. HB used to always give the impression that if you disturbed the peace, you would be dealt with by enforcers of the law. These unelected bodies DO NOT have any authority, yet they influence the majority of this board. Thank God for Chief Hobbs and his efforts over the weekend. The ELECTED body, the BOOS should be having public open discussions about the SAFETY of every resident and visitor in this town. Last Summer was unacceptable, and I am probably the only current Board member that will admit that. This board does not lead, this board does what it is told, and that is a travesty to our beautiful community, its residents, taxpayers, and visitors. The reason for this is because that is what the corner office in concord and our Senator in DC and their agenda push for, and the majority of this board always complies, no questions asked. Also, some members of this current board seem to be under the impression that national politics do not affect our community, those members in my view are arrogantly ignorant in that regard. As far as Concord’s neglect at the beach; the state has ignored its property for years. Examine: (1) 2015 Labor Day: lifeguards dealt with a riot, several arrests were made. A report was filed with the Div of Parks: no action was taken. (2) 2016 Memorial Day: HPD officers were surrounded by a mob whilst attempting to 00effect an arrest at the seashell complex. - the state: no action was taken. (3) 2017 syringes ashore and litter. - the state: no action. (4) 2018-19 zero to minimal state police presence. (5) allowing the 2020 mayhem, set the standard for what is happening now (6) June 2021: a disorderly mob of approx. 500 congregated many engaged in mutual combat. There has been a pattern of behavior with the NH State Division of Parks; neglect of everything except taking the money.

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