Eight Lebanon Businesses Face Action By NH Liquor Commission
lebanon mapEight Lebanon business will face administrative action from the NH Liquor Commission. Lebanon Police say that their department and the NH Liquor Commission conducted alcohol compliance checks on Oct. 14 to ensure businesses were not selling alcohol to minors.
In violation were Sunrise Buffett, Yama Restaurant, Peking Tokyo, Lebanon Village Pizza aka. The Cave, Walmart, Moe’s Mexican Restaurant, Fireside Inn and The Jiffy Mart at Exit 18.
In each of these eight violations, the person who sold the alcoholic beverages was summoned for Prohibited Sales, a misdemeanor, and is scheduled to appear in the Lebanon District Division, New Hampshire Second Circuit Court on December 19, 2016.
The NH Liquor Commission estimates the compliance rate across the State is 90% Lebanon has an 87% compliance rate.

Candlelight Vigil For Teen Missing Weathersfield 
Community members are invited to attend a Candlelight Vigil for missing Weathersfield’s VT Teen Autumn Sanville this Sunday. The event starts at 6:30 pm at Hoyt’s Landing in Springfield VT. Attendees are asked to wear blue, Autumn’s favorite color and to bring their own candles. Sanville went missing on the morning of Oct. 6, near Hoyt’s Landing and no one has heard from her since. More information and updates are available at a facebook page set up for Autumn. http://www.facebook.com/helpfindautumn

No Criminal Charges In Claremont’s Officer Involved Shooting
No criminal charges will be brought against Corporal Ian Kibbe of the Claremont Police Department for using deadly force on Sept. 25, against 25-year-old Cody Lafont. The New Hampshire Attorney General Joseph A. Foster and New Hampshire State Police Colonel Christopher Wagner made the announcement yesterday afternoon and issued a 23-page report. The report was based on information gathered during the investigation, including viewing the scene of the incident, photographs, physical evidence, and numerous witness interviews.
According to the report when Corporal Ian Kibbe encountered Cody Lafont, it was reasonable for him to believe that Mr. Lafont posed an imminent threat to his safety and that Kibbe fired his service weapon believing Mr. Lafont was about to use deadly force against him. A link to the full report can be found here.

New London Hosts Drop In Groups for I-89 Community Bus Service
The Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission is looking at the feasibility of commuter bus service along Interstate 89 in NH. To aid in this research they ask that residents of this area take the online survey at Survey Monkey. Drop-in sessions will also be held in New London this Friday,
At 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM at New London Hospital also at the Tracy Memorial Library from 10 to 11:30 AM.