George Roberts honored in Legislative Office Building he championed
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Lou D’Allesandro, now a state senator, first met George Roberts when the latter man was serving in the NH House of Representatives about 45 years ago.
“George said, ‘I’m going to take you on a field trip,’” D’Allesandro told a standing-room-only crowd gathered at the Legislative Office Building in Concord last Friday afternoon. The two walked to the old U.S. District Courthouse and Post Office building – built in 1888 behind the State House – which was slated to be torn down to make way for a city parking lot.