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      We are a diverse group of Hampton residents from all walks of life and political persuasions. We are advocates for the Hampton taxpayer.  Our objective is to assure that value is being obtained for the tax dollars that we are asked to pay. We closely scrutinize all financial issues associated with the town of Hampton and its schools as they affect taxes and advocate accordingly. We can do this very effectively since we are free of any special interest influences hence remain objective on all issues. We choose to remain anonymous so that special interests cannot focus on character assassinations but are forced to focus on the substance that we report or give recommendations on.

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Thursday, February 26, 2015
Fire department Unions' Warrant Articles Unworthy of support
By Norm Silberdick @ 8:53 AM :: 32 Views :: 0 Comments :: MoneyFlow, Letters to the Editor

Rational Taxpayers of Hampton is not supporting the proposed Warrant Articles for the Fire department unions that are on the ballot March 10, 2015. We are not opposed to giving the Fire Department employees a raise, in fact, we have supported all Town union Warrant Articles since 2011, but we have issues with this particular negotiation.

Our concerns are as follows:

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Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Will Voters approve an 18% Increase to Town of Hampton Spending on March 10th???
By Norm Silberdick @ 7:04 AM :: 37 Views :: 0 Comments :: MoneyFlow, Letters to the Editor
It was noted in a February 13th Hampton Union Editorial on the Deliberative Session that “In Hampton, those in attendance — the majority of whom were current and former town employees and residents who serve on town committees — added back $772,260 to the town's proposed operating budget by secret ballot vote.”
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Tuesday, February 17, 2015
Rye talks fire regionalization with Portsmouth
By wildboar @ 3:37 PM :: 72 Views :: 0 Comments :: Letters to the Editor

Why isn't Hampton talking to anybody ??? We need to take the walls down from our "fiefdom" and open up our scope of thinking ! Capital purchases for Pumper and Latter trucks should

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