Police Week 2017, Thanks To All Who Serve.

Nashua Police, Police, Police Week

As Police Week 2017 comes to a close, I wanted to take a moment to acknowledge and thank all my friends & former colleagues in the law enforcement community for their dedication & sacrifice to public service.

The job is not an easy one. Especially in today’s times, when the recent headlines have not been “good,” most times downright disturbing.

It is important to remember, many of these folks have sworn to serve and protect ALL of us “in a manner consistent with the rights and dignity of all persons as provided for by the law under the Constitution of the United States and the State,” according to a mission statement I have read. read more

Why Customer Service Is A Two Way Street

Recently on my commute from work, I decided to stop at a coffee chain in Arlington, MA.

I had consumed a lot of water, so in reality, I needed to use the facilities, and I was craving a pick-me-up beverage and treat for the ride home.

As I walked into the shop, I noticed the barista behind the counter, and man in front of me had wrapped up his order.

I walked up and said “Hi.” 

She nods but didn’t acknowledge me with a “Welcome, how are you?”

I look on the board to figure out what I’d like to order. read more

Nashua, NH Voters: Go vote today! There are 6 Candidates in Nashua Mayoral Primary

To my Nashua, NH Friends:

 

In case you’ve been living under a rock over the last few weeks,I just want to remind you that Tuesday is an important election day — the Nashua Mayoral Primary.

There are 6 Candidates on the Ballot. I’ve never seen so many people run for the Top office since i’ve moved here almost 20 years ago.

The polls are open from 6am to 8pm. It is my personal opinion that the local election is one of the few opportunities where your voice can be heard and is counted. The winners from this round will potentially go on and be our City’s next leader. Exciting times for the city as there is a big need move our community forward into the 21st century and tackle issues such as reducing crime, drug abuse, bringing in economic development and community involvement and opportunities for all.

One of the many reasons why my folks decided to move to Nashua in 1996 was just to get out of a major metropolitan cities like Port-Au-Prince, New York City, Montreal, Ottawa and Boston. They wanted to settle in a growing and safe community for their kids and have done so.

Take a moment to inform yourself on what’s going on. My colleagues over at Access Nashua, Nashua The Telegraph and NashuaTelegraph.com, WSMN-AM 1590, Nashua Patch and NashuaNH.gov have put together great coverage of the race.

This is not an endorsement by any means…more of a exercise your right to vote for those (like me Canadian Citizen) who cannot.


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Rony Camille is a Digital Producer based in the Boston area. Follow him on Twitter @ronycamille.
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