Category Archives: Regional Issues
The National Park Service Director Jonathan B. Jarvis announced 13 newly designated National Historic Landmarks yesterday, including our very own The Epic of American Civilization Murals done by José Clemente Orozco during the early 20th century. The murals were conceived as a representation of … Continue reading
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Take a look at what your community and region are saying about the places they live. You too can comment on how your community functions, what could be better and what is really great. Visit Forum on the Future, a part … Continue reading
Transportation Vision for My City By Frank Gould There is a fair city named Lebanon whose by-ways have long known congestion let’s make positive change across the whole range from bike-ped to car to ten ton. Let’s plan what is … Continue reading
Did you know that we in the Upper Valley live in the 5th largest micropolitan area in the country? Check out this very interesting piece of work prepared for the City of Lebanon in 2006.
The Town of Hartford recently received a municipal park and ride grant to construct a 48 vehicle parking lot on Route 5. The lot will have bike racks and a bus shelter and is located near Hartford High School, adjacent … Continue reading
Local officials took a roadtrip to Mount Holyoke Community College to support a rail initiative to connect New Haven to the Upper Valley. Check out the work done by ICLEI at their website ICLEI isan international membership association of local governments … Continue reading
Share your thoughts and ideas with the Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission. The Commission is hosting a number of listening sessions to help inform their strategic plan – to better align their programs and services with the needs of their … Continue reading
Climate change and world hunger, oil production and rice production, energy security and disaster reduction – all these environmental issues were discussed by leaders of the world’s wealthiest countries today, the opening day of the Group of Eight, G8, Summit.
Talking to your neighbors seems to be important in the eyes of Boston’s Mayor Merino…