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Ralph Littlefield

Executive Director

Community Action Program Belknap-Merrimack Counties , Inc.

HQ Phone: (603) 225-3295

Email: r***@***.org

Community Action Program Belknap-Merrimack Counties , Inc.

2 Industrial Park Drive

Concord, New Hampshire 03301

United States

Company Description

Community Action Program, Belknap-Merrimack Counties, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request. more

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Affiliations

Board Member
Volunteer NH

Board Member
Nonprofit Organizations

Representative, Belknap-Merrimack County Community Action Program
Member Agency

Board Member
Selectmen Agenda

Web References (62 Total References)


Ralph Littlefield, Executive ...

www.suncookvalleysun.com [cached]

Ralph Littlefield, Executive Director of the Community Action Program Belknap-Merrimack Counties, Inc. (CAPBMCI) announced the start-up of a new Volunteer Driver Program (VDP) in Belknap and Merrimack Counties. He said, "This new transportation program will complement the service provided by the existing 12 Volunteer Driver Programs in the region, and will fill in the gaps for senior citizens over 59 and people with disabilities that do not live in the service area of these programs.


Ralph Littlefield, executive ...

www.keenesentinel.com [cached]

Ralph Littlefield, executive director of the Community Action Program of Belknap and Merrimack Counties, which runs Concord Area Transit, said he hopes changing the bus routes will help increase ridership. He is also planning meetings with local business owners. If all else fails, the worst-case scenario would be to get rid of the trolleys.

"That's certainly the third option - if they're not going to work and no one's going to ride them - to end the service," Littlefield said.
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"It's not any mystery that the trolleys are not attracting the ridership as when they were originally proposed in 2001-02," Littlefield said.
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"Ralph Littlefield, executive director of the Community Action Program of Belknap and Merrimack Counties, which runs Concord Area Transit, said he hopes changing the bus routes will help increase ridership.


Ralph Littlefield, executive ...

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Ralph Littlefield, executive director of the Community Action Program of Belknap and Merrimack Counties, which runs Concord Area Transit, said he hopes changing the bus routes will help increase ridership. He is also planning meetings with local business owners. If all else fails, the worst-case scenario would be to get rid of the trolleys.

"That's certainly the third option - if they're not going to work and no one's going to ride them - to end the service," Littlefield said.
...
"It's not any mystery that the trolleys are not attracting the ridership as when they were originally proposed in 2001-02," Littlefield said.


Ralph Littlefield, executive ...

www.cmonitor.com [cached]

Ralph Littlefield, executive director of the Community Action Program of Belknap and Merrimack Counties, which runs Concord Area Transit, said he hopes changing the bus routes will help increase ridership. He is also planning meetings with local business owners. If all else fails, the worst-case scenario would be to get rid of the trolleys.

"That's certainly the third option - if they're not going to work and no one's going to ride them - to end the service," Littlefield said.
...
"It's not any mystery that the trolleys are not attracting the ridership as when they were originally proposed in 2001-02," Littlefield said.


Ralph Littlefield, executive ...

www.cmonitor.com [cached]

Ralph Littlefield, executive director of the Community Action Program of Belknap and Merrimack Counties, which runs Concord Area Transit, said he hopes changing the bus routes will help increase ridership. He is also planning meetings with local business owners. If all else fails, the worst-case scenario would be to get rid of the trolleys.

"That's certainly the third option - if they're not going to work and no one's going to ride them - to end the service," Littlefield said.
...
"It's not any mystery that the trolleys are not attracting the ridership as when they were originally proposed in 2001-02," Littlefield said.

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