Kascha B. Semon


Bronsnick looks for corporate job

For several months now, Lee Bronsnick '99 and many other seniors have faced the intimidating rows of suits filling the Hanover Inn, searching among them for a future employer. Company representatives have come to recruit the students into the corporate world. Bronsnick said he is particularly interested in finance and the securities and stock industries.

Hanover's hot dog vendor loses license

Hot-dog vendor Richard Clapp, long a Main Street fixture, is now prohibited from selling food on public property as a result of two incidents within the last year. Clapp, whose last six-month vendor's license from the Town of Hanover expired at the end of July, was denied an extension because of the two food handling incidents which allegedly violated New Hampshire Rules for the Sanitary Production and Distribution of Food. He had served hot dogs and snacks from his cart near Molly's Restaurant on South Main Street for 14 years. "He's been vending outside Town Hall for a number of years, so all of us at the town had daily contact with him," Town Manager Julia Griffin said. Hanover issues short-term and six-month licenses, Griffin said.

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