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  • Robert Ryder
    commented 2019-01-22 14:57:18 -0500
    Dear Senator Giuda

    I wanted to draw your attention to a law which requires out of state residents who own a second home in New Hampshire and want to register an auto in New Hampshire must not keep the car overnight out of state. This is not only a hardship and an unenforceable law but it also impact New Hampshire revenue and potentially creates additional risks to the citizens of New Hampshire.

    I am in the process of retiring, relocating from Massachusetts to New Hampshire and Florida. I own property in both states and currently plan to spend summers in New Hampshire and winters in Florida. Since I will be in Florida in November, I chose Florida as my residence. This past October I attempted to register my SUV in New Hampshire and was informed of the restrictions of not being able to keep my car overnight out of state. I seriously thought they were joking. I still have friends and family in Massachusetts and this law would restrict my ability to visit them. The clerk in Campton suggested I register my auto in Florida where I already have an auto. This simply does not make any sense. Why should I register an auto in a state where it is never driven?

    It is also a safety issue for New Hampshire residents. Florida has no inspection so in theory if I registered my auto in Florida and left it in New Hampshire, the auto could have all sorts of safety violations and many Floridians drive without insurance. Why would you not want autos primarily driven in New Hampshire to be inspected in New Hampshire?

    Finally there is a revenue loss to the state. You are missing revenue for auto registration and property taxes. Plus the income to the state inspectors. The foolish explanation I received on increasing insurance rates is not verified and based on speculation.

    With these reasons I request your assistance to correct the problems with the current unenforceable Law

    Thank you

    Robert W Ryder
  • Eric Wiswall
    commented 2019-01-19 20:28:11 -0500
    Not in support of HB473, hobby distillation. Its tax avoidance and not fair to those that are paying taxes and fees as a small commercial distillery in NH. We have to pay 8% tax on gross sales, annual license fee of $1690, pay $2.70/100 proof gallon to TTB, required to carry $16000 bond with TTB. 100 -200 gallons of spirits is a lot of alcohol and in my opinion production at those levels is commercial.
  • Owen White
    commented 2019-01-10 12:08:53 -0500
    The Honorable Bob Giuda

    United State Senate

    Washington, DC 20510


    Dear Senator Giuda,


    Hello Senator, I am Owen White. I am a Sophomore at Plymouth Regional High School and live in Ashland. I am addressing you to talk about the vaping epidemic that has spread over the country and how you will take action to protect the youth of New Hampshire.


    I am a student that rides a bus home. When I ride home, most days there is a cloud of smoke you can practically cut through. I am not only concerned about the health of others, but mine as well. Vape liquid contains many chemicals that form with each other to form lead, among other carcinogens which cause repeated damage to the lungs. One pod contains the equivalent of a pack of cigarettes. Teens finish off these pods in minutes. The legal age of purchase should be raised to twenty-one, and proper research should be made into the chemicals found in pods and some tax in place for pods and vapes.


    I would like to thank you for taking the time to read this and if you would respond I would be so grateful.


    Sincerely,


    Owen White
  • robert bain
    commented 2019-01-07 09:36:24 -0500
    could I please be contacted bye Bob ASAP….Thanks so much!
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  • Jan Stevens
    commented 2018-10-29 15:41:10 -0400
    Dear Mr. Giuda, Today I received a fear mongering flyer from you, asserting that Plymouth State students will be voting for your opponent in waves, ostensibly to foster your opponent’s position on gun control. What is your source of information for this ridiculous claim. As a gun owner ,it is my opinion that we need is a sensible debate on how we can avoid the epidemic of mass murder via military style weapons, and not fear mongering, which makes it more difficult to reach common sense solutions that will enable us to enhance safety in our communities.
  • Dave Doyle
    commented 2018-10-23 14:02:11 -0400
    We would be pleased to host your sign on the very visible front lawn of our business (SUN VALLEY COTTAGES) along Route #3 in Weirs Beach


    Regards,


    Dave and Ava Doyle
  • Charlie Garden
    commented 2018-10-16 11:17:40 -0400
    Where does Mr. Giuda stand on the issue of the Northern Pass, in favor or not in favor of the project as presently proposed?

    Thanks,

    Charlie
  • Kathe Higgins
    commented 2018-09-14 08:51:10 -0400
    Dear Senator Giuda:

    I need your help with Hill’s selectmen who are ignoring a court order to issue me a building permit. On October 26th, 2017, I won my Appeal of An Administrative decision, and the ZBA remanded the case back to the Selectmen to issue a building permit for Lot R8/15. The ZBA’s only condition was that I sign a waiver of release of liability, which I did.

    Unfortunately, the abutters appealed the ZBA’s decision, but the Court upheld the ZBA’s decision to issue a building permit.

    Now, the selectmen are imposing other conditions on the issuance of the permit.

    Years ago, I was told by Attorney Steve Nix to get a building permit before you invest any money in your property because small towns have been known to change the rules mid-stream.

    I met the conditions of the ZBA and now the selectmen are changing the rules.

    They are violating a court order to issue a building permit for Lot R8/15.

    The lot is in compliance with RSA 674:41, and no where in this RSA does it state that a driveway must be installed and a septic design completed before a building permit is issued.

    I have no intention of building on this lot. I need a building permit because prospective buyers have been told by Hill officials that the lot is not buildable – having a building permit in hand is the only answer.

    Please help me.

    Thank you.

    Kathe

    603.786.7244
  • Andrew Sanborn
    commented 2018-08-08 16:52:05 -0400
    Candidate’s night in SANBORNTON, thurs Aug 30th 7:00pm at the old town hall