Judge: No Violation In Piermont Right-to-Know Case

North Haverhill — A Grafton County Superior Court judge has ruled against a former Piermont Selectboard member who last year accused fellow town officials of violating the state’s Right-to-Know law.

Teran “Terri” Mertz filed a lawsuit in July 2016 accusing her two male colleagues of holding illegal meetings, making secret agreements and mismanaging meeting minutes.

She asked the court to send Selectboard members Randy Subjeck and Colin Stubbings to training sessions on the state’s Right-to-Know law. Mertz also asked that her legal fees be reimbursed. *| More…

| Valley News

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