We moved here from South Carolina a few years ago. It was definitely more socially conservative down there. I was surprised at how liberal and PC it is in New Hampshire.
It is very, very expensive to live in southern New Hampshire. Whatever you do, stay away from Bedford. We have a real mess on our hands with the schools. Half the town is very angry with the other half, and our taxes are going to increase greatly no matter what is decided in the upcoming election and really soon, too.
It is very, very expensive to live in southern New Hampshire. Whatever you do, stay away from Bedford. We have a real mess on our hands with the schools.
Bedford is not at all the only place with major school problems, within NH borders or without. But I believe I'll take your advice.
posted on 10/01/2003 6:10:48 PM PDT
(Keep in mind that the milk of human kindness comes from a beast that is both cannibal and a vampire.)
What happened to the rural/urban vs. suburban, and rich vs. poor school funding issue in NH. I posted a good deal of articles on it in the past, but have fried my last computer and all of my catergorized thread lists. I was interested because here in NJ we were going through the final phases of a similar court mandated situation. Now it seems to be a future bone of contention once again.
posted on 10/01/2003 6:22:13 PM PDT
((posting without reading since 3/25/1999))
From the newspaper article I glanced at today it looked like Bedford's taxes may almost double due to a big school-building binge.
posted on 10/01/2003 7:28:46 PM PDT
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