All CIBOR Members are Invited To Attend NHAR’s 2014 Public Policy Retreat on December 5, 2014

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Every year hundreds of pieces of legislation are introduced in our state’s capitol, some good, some bad and some with the potential for unintended consequences that could jeopardize our industry’s success.

This is why your involvement is so crucial. As a REALTOR® you are looked upon as a professional in your community, one with a unique knowledge of an industry that touches the lives of everyone in our great state. With that knowledge you carry credibility on issues being discussed in Concord and Washington D.C.

This past year we have called upon our members to write letters, send e-mails, appear on TV/Radio and, most importantly, testify on behalf of their fellow REALTORS® on legislation impacting our industry. You have answered this call and made this a very successful year.

Your voice will be heard. Do not hesitate, and do not be afraid of the process. We are fortunate to be in New Hampshire, where we have such direct access to our elected officials.

NHAR’s Public Policy Committee is an inspiration to the Association for all of its efforts. Please join us , as 2015 promises to be as interesting and challenging as we all know 2014 was!

All NHCIBOR members are invited to attend NHAR’s 2014 Public Policy Retreat on December 5, 2014 at NHAR’s Office, 11 South Main St., Ste. 301, Concord, NH 03301.  Registration begins at 8:45 am and conference begins at 9:00 am.  Speakers include Lynne Merrill, 2014 NHAR Public Policy Chair; Russ Thibeault, President of Applied Economic Research; Charlie Arlinghaus, Bartlett Center for Public Policy; Paul Susca, Director of Groundwater Division of the Dept. Environmental Services Public Polidy and Jim Bianco, Bianco Law Firm.

Please RSVP by November 28, 2014 to  – for lunch meal count.  Click here for Registration Form:  PubPol Retreat Invite2014

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