"The Nashua Hour" with Alderman Mark Cookson

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Join "The Nashua Hour" every Thursday from 12 – 1pm, eastern time, on WSMN 1590 AM

August 16:  12:20 p.m.  Denise  Lamere, 12:40 p.m. Brian  Sussman, talk show host from KSFO in San Francisco.

Studio Line 603 816 1590 | email me @ TheNashuaHour@AldermanCookson.com | Tweet me @TheNashuaHour

Audio Streaming @ www.AldermanCookson.com/the-nashua-hour/

Mark Cookson February 23, 2012 at 02:29 PM
Hope you'll join me for today's "Nashua Hour". I'll be joined by Jennifer McGill, former student & Mousketeer, who has just released her first Deluxe Single...we'll talk about the old days and hear what she has been up to since she was on the Mickey Mouse Club. Plus, she has a fabulous voice and we'll get to listen to her new singles! Also, we'll take a listen to the Mayor's State of the City address...did you get to hear it? What did you think? Let me know! Tweet me @TheNashuaHour | call 603 816 1590 | or email TheNashuaHour@AldermanCookson.com
Geoff Daly March 29, 2012 at 10:58 PM
Alderman Mark Cookson was one of the few Alderman who voted to save Parcel F from Development and potential polution/contmination of the Cities Pennichuck Water shed. We could also bottle the Historic Natural Spring Water behind the Pennichuck School and use the profits to pay down the $200 + million bond quicker than 30 years. Would be a City Tourist point and revenue generator if done properly as a private/public endeavor. These Springs were recognized in the early 1900's as some of the Purest Spring Water in the Nation (see the Photo from 1911). Thank Aldeman Cookson for supporting this initiative and lets keep backing his program. Let the Mayor know your thoughts plus Mr Kevin Slattery for not keeping his promise to negotiate fairly and openly as he had agreed too. Still not too late, if we push the Public Point openly.


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