Hampton still gets no financial support from Concord and the board of selectmen would rather discuss needless sign pollution all over town than the over $34 million in critical infrastructure needs as identified by HDPW?
Our state representatives and state senator seem to care more about party line politics and passing unconstitutional budgets that consist of more unelected decision makers; than Hampton's physical infrastructure needs. Most of these infrastructure needs support all visitors to as well as operations of the Hampton Beach State Park, which is owned by Concord.
Per usual we also have crickets from the Concord corner office and his executive council who have the "authority" to rectify these issues.
Remember, the good old boys in Hampton don't want to upset their good old boy friends up in Concord. Watch a meeting if you do not believe me.😉