State legislators will vote in committee Tuesday on a handful of bills expanding recreational access and funding for public waters. One bill up for a vote in the House Fish & Game committee would set up a pilot program to allow swimming at five water bodies with public boat ramps. The proposal stems from a debate over one such pond in Ossipee, where residents want to swim alongside non-motorized boats. Legislators will also vote on a bill that would require state agencies to plan a new...
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