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by Ed Naile
“If you don’t like it, well take us to court,” is the pat answer some public officials give lowly citizens who dare question their authority.
Enter one Ed Comeau who went all the way with the Carroll County Commission.
The under-publicized story is here:
The legal infractions of the Carroll County Commission seem slight – but [...]
CONWAY — Carroll County commissioners violated the state right-to-know law on numerous occasions with regard to their meeting minutes and their process for going into nonpublic session, a Carroll County Superior Court Judge ruled based on a lawsuit filed by a state representative. Judge David Garfunkel ordered that some minutes be redacted and released, but [...]
If not for citizens like Ken Eyring the public might never have known about a company called Cenergistic. This situation was investigated and written up by Kim Morin, using NH’s 91-A law.
“For the past few weeks this author has been investigating the Salem School Administration from a right-to-know request that was actually sent on February [...]« Previous Entries