Some call for NH to walk back preambulation law

Every seven years, municipal officials are required by state law to walk their town or city’s borders to make sure boundary lines are still in place – a practice that dates back centuries.

The town line marker checks, called perambulations, are seen by some as an opportunity to get to know other town officials while enjoying the outdoors. Others see them as archaic, a waste of time and even a health liability. | More…

*| SeacoastOnline

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