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Sullivan County NH – Attention career path seekers!  We’d love you to join our team!

Work in beautiful rural NH and stay active with skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, hiking, biking, swimming, fishing/hunting, and, join our onsite naturalist workshops!  Many more opportunities and so close to our neighboring community events like: gaming, theater, markets, continuing educational opportunities, health care, maker spaces, and many unique local businesses!

Sullivan County has competitive pay & benefits, tuition reimbursement, and awesome people to work with!   Apply through our website at www.sullivancountynh.gov, send your resume to HumanResources@SullivanCountyNH.gov or visit the County Human Resources at 5 Nursing Home Drive, Unity, NH, 03743.  Here’s a list of current openings – visit our website for details! 

  • LNAs: Sign on and referral bonuses available.  Nursing, $12.95 – $17.48, full time, part time and per diem, all shifts
  • Nurses: Sign on and referral bonuses available.  Nursing, $18.64 – $38.44, full time, part time and per diem, all shifts
  • Facilities Technician: $17.63-$23.80, full time, day shift
  • Correctional Officers: Corrections, $15.51 – $20.94, full time, evenings and overnight
  • Food Service Workers: Sign on and referral bonuses available.  Dietary, $11.31 – $15.37, full time, days and evenings
  • Victim/Witness Administrative Assistant: $17.34, twenty hours per week, grant funded until June 2020

What else does the Sullivan county NH region have to offer?  Yes, I asked and here’s a short video where you can see more!   https://youtu.be/DN34EEeQa2g

Feel free to share this message with friends, family, and workforce opportunity resource centers!

Sharon Callum

Administrative Assistant to the County Manager & Board of Commissioners

Sullivan County NH, 14 Main Street, Newport NH 03773

  1. (603) 863-2560   E.sharonjc@sullivancountynh.gov
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Polling Locations for District 11

District 11 Voting Locations
Acworth
ACWORTH TOWN HALL 13 TOWN HALL RD ACWORTH NH 03601
10AM – 7PM

Charlestown
CHARLESTOWN SENIOR CENTER 233 OLD SPRINGFIELD RD CHARLESTOWN NH 03603
8AM-7PM

Goshen
GOSHEN TOWN HALL 54 MILL VILLAGE RD N GOSHEN NH 03752
8AM-7PM

Langdon
LANGDON MUNICIPAL BUILDING 122 NH ROUTE 12A LANGDON NH 03602
8AM-7PM

Lempster
MEETING HOUSE 112 LEMPSTER ST LEMPSTER NH 03605
8AM-7PM

Washington
CAMP MORGAN LODGE 338 MILLEN POND RD WASHINGTON NH 03280
8AM-7PM

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2018 Closing Argument

I am asking for your vote to continue to represent you. You’ve been barraged by a lot of political “messaging”. Try to think of the specifics you’ve been given. I say this, because if someone told you that they had a plan at the state level, it needs to be submitted in a few weeks if it has major budget impact. That’s the deadline. I have a detailed plan to create property tax relief by restructuring our education funding formula to be fairer. This plan was created by a commission resulting from a bill that I filed. The bill ending the devastating stabilization grant reductions is already filed. The work is done. We just have to vote for it now.

I’ve helped our towns by bringing home money for local projects, so that they can be done without property tax increases. Some of these involve paying for security upgrades to Fall Mountain and Lempster schools, hundreds of thousands of dollars for local road and infrastructure projects that won’t need to come out of your town budgets, supplemental grants for local drug treatment, and increasing the portion of the rooms and meals tax sent to local towns.

I fight to make sure that we are not forgotten when they decide what roads to pave. We finally got the road to the high school done and are executing a plan to make sure that Route 12 doesn’t slide into the river. I never stop beating the drum that I93 and 101 are not the only roads in the state that matter. We live here on the west side of the state and our needs matter just as much as Manchester’s.

I spend most of my time helping people navigate problems with state agencies and passing bills that make your everyday life easier. We fixed a problem that now allows sponsoring agencies to help homeless people get driver’s licenses so that they can get their lives back and drive to work. It is easier now to register and inspect your car, and I led the team fixing our problem with the federal government so that NH residents have the right kind of id (if they wish) to avoid extra security screenings. I restructured the NH Rail Transit Authority to embrace new transportation technologies and private companies who want to come build here.

Being a State Representative is not about politics. It is about trying to make your everyday life easier. I understand that and think that I’ve been effective. I am not wealthy or retired. I have to get by just like you do. That’s why I have fought, successfully, to protect you from county tax increases for 8 years. I am asking for your vote so that I can continue to represent you and remind those in power that common sense solutions for everyday problems should always be every Representative’s highest priority.

Respectfully,

Rep. Steven Smith

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