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PHOTO: Brown meets with veterans in Concord

U. S. Senate candidate Scott Brown and his wife, Gail Huff, listen to Bob Broneske from Londonderry on Monday, July 21, at the Barly House in Concord. Bronske is  the chairman of the New Hampshire Veterans Advisory Council and was there to talk about veteran issues.
(GEOFF FORESTER / Monitor staff)

U. S. Senate candidate Scott Brown and his wife, Gail Huff, listen to Bob Broneske from Londonderry on Monday, July 21, at the Barly House in Concord. Bronske is the chairman of the New Hampshire Veterans Advisory Council and was there to talk about veteran issues. (GEOFF FORESTER / Monitor staff)

U.S. Senate candidate Scott Brown met with veterans at Barley House in Concord yesterday.

Legacy Comments1

So this http://www.nh.gov/nhveterans/ Council cuts through the VA crap in Manchester? The reason I ask is that my friend Bob Bonser who bought his land around a pond in Nottingham right after serving in WWII put up some "trailers" and THEN the Zoning got started in the town and retrospectively went back in time to say that they were placed too close together and took Bob to court where Judge Douglas R. Gray ordered the National Guard in to move them as so old they collapsed into destruction. Bob had gone to the V.A. and they told him in effect to: get lost! They would not help him with asserting his property rights in N.H. against another one of their fellow public servants. Hopefully Motorcycle Bobby here, http://nh.combatvet.org/bobby.htm also (was?) a State Rep. I see did some talk on how many #___ veteran issues and what? In addition to "allow BUSINESSES to expand " (emphasis ADDed)http://concernedveteransforamerica.org/issues/ what about land "investors"? like to be able to buy land and build affordable or work-force housing. Building a house puts #x people to work. Re: "The American Dream".

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