Vital Communities on NHPR’s “The Exchange”

GoingLocal_1Did you catch us recently on New Hampshire Public Radio’s weekday call-in show “The Exchange“? Their ‘Going Local‘ series explores the different regions of the state, and in early August they focused on the Dartmouth/Lake Sunapee region (the New Hampshire side of the Upper Valley!).

Vital Communities was honored to have Energy Program Manager Sarah Brock join as a panelist, along with Hanover Town Manager Julia Griffin, Lebanon Planning and Zoning Director David Brooks, and Valley News Reporter Tim Camerato. They talked about everything from traffic congestion on Route 120 to a bi-state parade from Orford to Fairlee—give it a listen!

Join Us for a Community Conversation About Housing in Claremont

Housing and the Future of Claremont: What types of housing does Claremont need to have a thriving community for all those who live and work here?

Do you live or work in Claremont? Do you care about the housing needs of your neighbors and co-workers? If so, please come to a community conversation facilitated by New Hampshire Listens and hosted by the City of Claremont, the Greater Claremont Chamber of Commerce, Healthy Vibrant Claremont, the Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission, and Vital Communities.

Please register here to attend this free community discussion. A light meal (sandwich, fruit, and water) will be provided at 5:30 pm.

When: May 31, 2018 5:30 – 8:30 pm
Where: Goodwin Community Room at the Sugar River Technical School, 111 South Street, Claremont, NH

Questions?
Contact Elyse@VitalCommunities.org