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Old 12-15-2018, 09:03 AM   #62
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About three years ago, creating a community sailing center on the Lake Winnipesaukee, Ellecoya State Beach natural sandy beach in front of the rv park was proposed by a local group and it was not allowed by the state due to local opposition.

Once a state park gets created, it's pretty much impossible to remove whats been created from public use, because it limits the public, and puts it off limits to many local people. That's almost always just how things work out in New Hampshire.

Save the 3700' natural shoreline Ahern State Park, Lake Winnisquam for public use, and vote NO to any hotel or residential development on this natural shoreline ....... it's a state park ...... open to the public ...... and not a hotel/housing development!

Take a look see at 138-acre Ahern State Park in Laconia on Lake Winnisquam ... created in 1994 .... video made Dec 7, 2015.

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