Mar 10, 2016 5:03 PM

Town meeting voters around state weigh in on community projects, regulations

Town meeting voters around the state continue to weigh in on local projects and regulations.

Cheers went up in Durham as a new track was approved at the Oyster River High School. The $2.2 million facility failed to win support last year.

In Exeter, resident approved new regulations for drone, giving land owners control of the airspace over their property.

In Hudson, voters again rejects a new $2.2 million fire station.

In Candia, voters overwhelmingly approved a plan to withdraw students from Manchester schools in favor of sending them to Pinkerton Academy in Derry.

Chichester narrowly passed a zoning exemption allowing the nighttime illumination of flags anywhere in town.

In Meredith, town residents voted to add a vendor fee of $450 for those who want to participate in Motorcycle Week. The action will allow vendors to set up at the Hart's Turkey Farm restaurant and at the Laconia Harley Davidson. Money collected from the fee will go toward off-setting the cost of city services.

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