Organizational Day for 2025-2026 Legislative Policy Process

Friday, April 5, 2024 - 9:00am to 12:00pm

9:00 am - 12:00 pm, Friday, April 5 

NHMA Offices, 25 Triangle Park Drive, Concord, NH

Organizational day for NHMA's 2025-2026 Legislative Policy Process.

Serve on a Legislative Policy Committee: Only a Few Spots Left!

If you are a municipal official in a city or town and are interested in serving on one of the policy committees, please contact the Government Affairs staff at no later than March 29.

Each of the committees deals with a different set of municipal issues. The committees and their subject areas are as follows:

  • Finance and Revenue – budgeting, revenue, tax exemptions, current use, assessing, tax collection, retirement issues, education funding.
  • General Administration and Governance – elections, Right-to-Know Law, labor, town meeting, charters, welfare, public safety.
  • Infrastructure, Development, and Land Use – solid/hazardous waste, transportation, land use, technology, environmental regulation, housing, utilities, code enforcement, economic development.

There will be an in-person organizational meeting for all committees on Friday, April 5 at NHMA’s offices in Concord.

 Deadline Approaching: Submit a Legislative Policy Proposal and Create Change

Time is almost up for municipalities to submit proposed legislative policies to NHMA to be considered as part of the legislative policy process.  If there is a law affecting municipal government that you think needs to be fixed, or if you have an idea for how the functions of local government might be improved through legislation, this is your opportunity to make a change.

Use the Legislative Policy Proposal Form to submit a proposal for consideration. The deadline for submitting proposals is April 15, although earlier submission is encouraged. Please follow the instructions on the form for submitting your proposal.