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Town of Lempster, New Hampshire

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updated 2/6/17

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Happenings in Lempster blog Miner Memorial Library?
A Citizen’s Guide to Hazard Mitigation and Emergency Management Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Planning Commission
Ashuelot River Headwaters Successfully Protected Forest Society Press Release, February 26, 2010
Lempster tax rate history 1995-2010
2010 Tax rate worksheet
Lempster Town Reports, RF
Lempster Statistics Economic & Labor Market Information Bureau, NH Employment Security site
Goshen-Lempster School School's website
NH Traveler Information NH DOT's "511" site
Weather Forecast for Lempster National Weather Service, NOAA site
Lempster in Region, State NH 'GRANIT' GIS Data Mapper, RF
Lempster historic map, 1892 David Rumsey Map Collection site
Online Mapping Tool for NH NH 'GRANIT' GIS Data Mapper site
New Comprehensive Shoreland Protection Act (CSPA) standards, effective 7/1/08 NH DES site
OEP State Data Center Library NH Office of Energy and Planning site
Invasive Species in New Hampshire USDA Invasive Species Info Center site

HB 1405, effective 8/10/08, established requirements for the sale, installation and use of Outdoor Wood-fired Boilers

NH DES site

December 4, 1939 was cold and blustery, but it didn’t chill the spirit of more than 300 people who marched down Lempster Street to the field of Fred Barton - a dairyman, Co-op vice president and a true champion
of rural electrication. the new electric cooperative was setting its first utility pole in Mr. Barton’s field and history was in the air. the Manchester Union described the scene:

“Lempster took on holiday appearance today, with family cars, trucks, but not a single horse and wagon in town, a 23-piece band pepping up the scene, the schoolchildren marching down the road, and everyone talking excitedly, like town meeting day was at hand and a partisan ght abrewing... e holiday spirit was everywhere, and one oldtimer yelled for the band to play ‘Roll Out the Barrel,’ but neither the barrel nor the tune was rolled out.”

And so began the spread of electricity to all of New Hampshire’s back roads and farms. What started in Lempster has grown to include 80,000 members in 116 New Hampshire communities. e story of New Hampshire Electric Cooperative and of rural electri cation across the country is the story of people getting together to put the power in their hands. We invite you to learn more about it online at www.nhec.coop. See our 70th anniversary section for a comprehensive look at the early years of the Co-op.

Lempster - NHEC's first power pole!
first pole

New Hampshire Electric Co-op
New Hampshire Energy Alternatives US Department of Energy site
Traffic Volume Reports for Lempster NH DOT site
Lempster Mountain Wind Power Project Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Twelve New Wind Turbines Nearing Completion at New Hampshire's First Wind Project (pdf) Iberdrola website/press release, 10/7/08
Application of Lempster Wind, LLC, Decision Issuing Certificate of Site and Facility with Conditions, 6/28/07 (850 K pdf) STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
SITE EVALUATION COMMITTEE
DOCKET NO. 2006-01
Lempster Wind fact sheet (pdf) Iberdrola web site
Ed Cherian- Iberdrola Renewables - Lempster Wind Farm presentation (1.1 MB pdf) UNH Energy Conference, June 2008 Presentations
neighbor town's site: Acworth web
neighbor town's site: Acworthian web
neighbor town's site: Unity web
neighbor town's site: Goshen web
neighbor town's site: Marlow web
neighbor town's site: Washington web
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