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ROBERT DAPICE, project manager at North Branch Construction in Concord, is a Passive House Institute of the United States certified builder, making North Branch the first and only contractor in the state with a PHIUS-certified builder on staff.

Charles DOUGLAS’s fifth edition of the New Hampshire Evidence Manual is now in print. Douglas served on the superior and Supreme Court of New Hampshire for more than a decade. Douglas is a director of the Concord law firm of Douglas, Leonard & Garvey.

JOHN DAIGNEAULT of Wolfeboro was confirmed for a seat on the state Board of Accountancy. His term runs through Nov. 19, 2018.

HERBERT JOHNSON of Epsom was confirmed for a term on the State Committee on Aging, succeeding Stephen Gorin of Canterbury. His term runs through June 24, 2016.

RICHARD LAVERS of Concord was confirmed for the position of deputy commissioner of the state Department of Employment Security. His term runs through Nov. 20, 2017.

ELIZABETH CHRISTENSEN of Belmont was confirmed for another term on the state Family Mediator Certification Board. Her term runs through Nov. 21, 2016.

MARIANNE ROUSSEAU of Weare was confirmed for a seat on the state Family Mediator Certification Board, succeeding John Cameron of Gilford. Her term runs through Sept. 6, 2016.

RODNEY OBIEN of Canterbury was confirmed for a seat on the State Historical Record Advisory Board, succeeding Marcia Schmidt Blaine of Plymouth. His term runs through Jan. 2, 2016.

TIMOTHY SINK of Concord was confirmed for another term on the state Joint Promotional Program Screening Committee. His term runs through July 13, 2016.

KIMBERLY HALLQUIST of Andover was confirmed for a term on the state Lakes Management Advisory Committee. Her term runs through Aug. 1, 2015.

DEBRA DOUGLAS of Bow was confirmed for another term on the State Lottery Commission. Her term runs through June 29, 2016.

PHILIP BILODEAU of Deerfield was confirmed for another term on the state Waste Management Council. His term runs through Nov. 10, 2017.

MARIAN MITCHELL of Hooksett was confirmed for another term on the state Advisory Council on Worker’s Compensation. Her term runs through Oct. 18, 2016.

EILEEN BERNARD of Hooksett was confirmed for a term on the state Advisory Council on Worker’s Compensation. Her term runs through June 13, 2014.

SUSAN CARBON of Chichester was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for the position of judge of the circuit court. Her post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

PATRICIA QUIGLEY of Concord was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for the position of judge of the circuit court. Her post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

ROBERT COMPTON of Deering was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for a term on the state Lakes Management Advisory Committee. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

JAMES MORASH of Meredith was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for another term on the state Lakes Management Advisory Committee. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

KATHLEEN SHULMAN of New London was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for another term on the state Board of Mental Health Practice. Her post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

CYNTHIA SMITH of Meredith was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for another term on the state Board of Nursing. Her post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

MARTIN HONIGBERG of Concord was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for a term on the state Public Utilities Commission. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

STEVEN GUERCIA of Concord was nominated by Gov. Maggie Hassan for another term on the New Hampshire Water Well Board. His post is subject to confirmation by the Executive Council.

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