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Published Monday Jun 20, 2016


Quarrywood Green is a garden style condominium complex in Milford. Photo: Brady Sullivan Properties


This Week’s Spotlight: Brady Sullivan Properties in Manchester arranged the sale of 36 units at Quarrywood Green in Milford for $3,250,000, or $90,000 a unit. Quarrywood Green is a garden style condominium complex consisting of two buildings totaling 66 condominium units. The 36 units are fully rented and consist of mostly 2 bedroom, 2 bath units. Charles Panasis, Ben Kelley and James Tobin of Brady Sullivan’s commercial department facilitated the transaction on behalf of the seller.

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Child and Family Services in Manchester appointed Lyndsee Paskalis to its board of trustees. Paskalis is an attorney at Stebbins, Lazos & Van Der Beken, PA in Manchester, where she practices commercial real estate law.
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The first phase of selective demolition was completed at the Colonial Theatre in Laconia, an historic theatre undergoing renovation by the Belknap Economic Development Council, also in Laconia. Last July, Belknap EDC purchased the Colonial Theater Block property at 609-621 Main Street and began coordinating a restoration project. Misiaszek & Turpin, pllc in Laconia is the architect architect and Bonnette, Page & Stone Corporation in Laconia is the construction manager.
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Concord Regional VNA hired Jean Francis as VP of clinical operations. Francis will supervise and coordinate all aspects of the agency’s home care program. Francis most recently worked as the clinical nurse manager at Elliot Hospital in Manchester’s Emergency Department, Clinical Decision Unit, Trauma Services.
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Eversource Energy’s permit application for its Seacoast Reliability Project was accepted. The proposed project would install a new 13-mile transmission line connecting Eversource substations in Madbury and Portsmouth.
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The Grafton County Economic Development Council in Plymouth changed its name to the Grafton Regional Development Corporation (Grafton RDC). The change reflects plans to broaden the nonprofit’s involvement with Grafton County businesses.
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Jake Nonweiler, program director at the Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship in Keene, was certified as a Kiva Small Business Advisor. Nonweiler will advise entrepreneurs interested in securing funding through Kiva, an international nonprofit that provides crowdfunded microloans to small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs. Small businesses can access loans up to $10,000 with no interest or fees.
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Huggins Hospital in Wolfeboro hired Tim O'Brien to work in its Orthopedic Surgeons office. O'Brien has over 12 years of experience in orthopedic surgery and worked as an athletic trainer for 20 years.
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Lakes Region Community College in Laconia partnered with Toyota Motor Sales USA to bring the Toyota Technician Education Network (T-TEN) Program to the College. The program will offer automotive diagnosis and repair education in the classroom and hands-on work experience in dealership settings. Students will begin the program in 2017 at the College’s new automotive building.
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The Meredith Village Savings Bank Fund granted $10,000 to Ashland Elementary School to purchase and install new playground equipment.
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North Branch Construction in Concord began the second phase of renovation at Ohrstrom Library at the St. Paul’s School, also in Concord. The project includes renovation to all three floors of the Library, and is expected to be complete this fall.

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