Policies relating to charter.merrimacknh.org

General charter.merrimacknh.org was established to give the Commission a means by which it can keep the residents of Merrimack informed of the process and procedure involved in the task they have undertaken.

The website is in no way directly tied to the Town of Merrimack and is provided by a resident of the Town free of charge.

Email Statement If you use either the Email or Feedback page to request some information, or make a comment, your email address and/or phone number will not be sold or used for any other purpose other than to follow up with you.
Use of Feedback Page The Feedback page is used to send email to commission members to help protect their email addresses from being 'mined' by web crawlers and/or search engines.  If a commission member responds to you, you will then be able to email them directly.
Release of Information
  • charter.merrimacknh.org will not sell or release any email addresses.
  • Emails sent through charter.merrimacknh.org are to be considered public documents.
  • Charter members whom receive your messages will, by default, have your email address.

All above policies are enforced to the extent allowed by law.   charter.merrimacknh.org will comply with any requests made by legal authorities and assist them in any way possible.

Validity of Information Validity of stories and/or links on this site were accurate when posted.  We have no control of other sites or their links, therefore, if a link found on this site is invalid or outdated, please use the feedback form to inform the webmaster.
Copyright All information presented on this website is freely accessible to the world.  We realize that web-based copyrights are useless but if you see something you like, and you want to sleep better tonight, email the webmaster and let them know you might want to borrow an idea they had.
Use of Popup Windows Some links present on this site will display the requested document up in a new browser window. This is done when the requested document is in a form that may present "decorations" which may make it appear that the user is in a different application. For example, displaying a Microsoft Word document inside of Internet Explorer. Those users will often exit the application which will cause their browser to close.