In Brief

March 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;3/25/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p7
The article offers news briefs in New Hampshire. PEP Direct was fined 170,000 dollars by the federal government for willful and serious violations of workplace safety standards in Wilton. Vehicle inspections every two years has been voted by the New Hampshire House. Merrimack Police Chief Michael Milligan has been approved unanimously as member of the state Liquor Commission by the Executive Council.


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