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Gunstock's GM announces retirement, public meeting on Ten Year Transportation Improvement Plan scheduled ... and more

Greg Goddard

After a 39-year career at Gunstock Mountain Resort, the last 21 serving as general manager, Greg Goddard has announced he will be retiring from the resort in August 2020. Under Goddard’s leadership, the net worth of the resort has increased by more than $9 million. Through out his career, Goddard initiated substantial projects, including the negotiating the purchase of the Alpine Ridge property, adjacent to Gunstock Mountain Resort, in 1999;  shepherding the resort through a major $3.8 million expansion in 2003; leading the transition of the resort into a major four-seasons attraction by installing some of the nation’s longest and fastest zip lines and New England’s largest aerial tree obstacle course, beginning in 2011; and installing a $2.8 million mountain coaster in 2016. Goddard has no immediate plans after retiring, but intends to remain active in the community. He is currently a commissioner for the Lakes Business Park in Laconia, sits on the Loan Review Committee for the Belknap Economic Development Council, and is active in a variety of tourism related organizations.

 

The Governor’s Advisory Commission on Intermodal Transportation (GACIT), which is made up of the five Executive Councilors and the Commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Transportation, will hold a public meeting on the Draft 2021-2030 Ten Year Transportation Improvement Plan. The meeting will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 28, in the Learning Center Room of the Boys and Girls Club at 555 Union Street in Manchester. The purpose of the meeting is to review materials provided in response to Executive Councilor questions posed during recent GACIT meetings on draft plan and next steps to be determined by GACIT and the NHDOT.

 

The Local Crowd Monadnock, a community-based crowdfunding program serving the Monadnock region and state of New Hampshire, will provide free assistance to projects focused on affordable housing, farms and food, or living wage jobs and equity. The request for proposals is available online at tlcmonadnock.com/rfp.  All proposals are due before 5 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 20. All crowdfunding campaign teams receive hands-on technical assistance to help them launch a successful crowdfunding campaign. Campaign teams also receive a free crowdfunding assessment to ensure that they receive the coaching and training that best fits each team’s needs. For more information, visit tlcmonadnock.com or contact Jen Risley at 603-283-5401.

 

Finalists in the 2019 National Truck Driving Championships.

Neil Nogues of YRC Freight in Bedford, NH was announced as a finalist in the Straight Truck category as part of the 2019 National Truck Driving Championships held by the American Trucking Associations and ATA’s Safety Management Council in Pittsburgh, Penn., this week.

 

Bulbs.com, a leading online supplier of LED lighting products based in Worcester, Mass., has added PECO to its expanding rebate distribution partnerships with utility companies across the United States. Having partnered with now 28 utility companies, New Hampshire commercial and industrial customers can receive instant rebates on their LED lighting purchases.

 

SPENGA, a workout studio that combines spin, strength and yoga in one 60-minute session, opened its newest location earlier this month at 493 Amherst Street in Nashua.

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