Sununu Signs 17 Laws: Kingston Bonfire, Warner Roundabout Renamed

Print More

The Warner roundabout is now named after Barbara Annis after Gov. Sununu signed HB 500 on Friday. "The completion of the Warner roundabout is largely due to Barbara’s perseverance and leadership."

Concord, NH – Please see below for a list of 17 bills that Republican Governor Chris Sununu signed into law Friday:

  • HB 136, increasing the maximum period for the zoning board of adjustment to hold a public hearing
  • HB 167, allowing the town of Kingston to hold a bonfire event in 2019
  • HB 181, relative to the House and Senate members of the University System Board of Trustees
  • HB 214, repealing an obsolete provision for legislative mileage for attachés from Concord
  • HB 245, relative to the planning board’s procedures on plats
  • HB 278, relative to the New Hampshire Insurance Department’s annual hearing requirement
  • HB 284, relative to biennial controlled substance inventories conducted under the Controlled Drug Act
  • HB 307, relative to driver’s license photographs
  • HB 339, relative to commercial modernization
  • HB 372, relative to motorist duties when approaching highway emergencies
  • HB 398, relative to New Hampshire MasoniCare
  • HB 428, relative to pedestrian control signals
  • HB 433, relative to foreign insurance companies
  • HB 500, naming the Warner roundabout in memory of Barbara Annis
  • HB 528, relative to insurance reimbursement for emergency medical services
  • HB 589, relative to signs for New Hampshire liquor and wine manufacturers
  • SB 16, relative to certain information provided by the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Services to the United States Department of Labor

Comments are closed.