Tag Archives: Right to Know

Right-to-Know law expanded: greater visibility into violations by public officials

Governor Sununu signed HB460 into law on June 28th. This bill states that meeting minutes must now include any objections made to any discussions during a meeting if a member of the public body believes that the discussion is in violation of … Continue reading

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Right to Know Articles of Interest

Here is a list of links for news articles published and other documents found on the internet related to right to know in New Hampshire for May & June 2017. New Rochester City Manager’s Corner Explains N.H. Right to Know Law Mr. … Continue reading

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Bill to study better ways to resolve Right-to-Know complaints signed into Law

Governor Sununu signed HB178 into law on June 16th.  This bill establishes a 13 member study commission on resolving Right-to-Know complaints. Should a citizen feel the Right-to-Know law has been violated, currently, enforcement of the law falls squarely on the citizen’s shoulders.  … Continue reading

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Milton NH: New leadership hopes to calm waters at Milton BOS

MILTON – The Board of Selectmen’s new chairman said today he hoped recent controversy roiling the town’s major governing body could be put to rest now that he has been installed as its new leader. The board’s dysfunction in recent … Continue reading

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Yet Another Right to Know Tug of War

Below is an email I sent out this morning.  It is in response to my Right to Know request to see Tom Geary’s resume and job application for the position of SAU 55 Business Operations Coordinator.  Mr. Geary was, until … Continue reading

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Mystery in Nashua: The case of the unresigned principals

Three weeks ago, Nashua abruptly placed Ledge Street Principal Janet Valeri and Vice Principal Tiffany Hyatt on administrative leave. School officials would not say why. It was a personnel matter. … This week, we learn that the two administrators have … Continue reading

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ACLU files Right-to-Know request with NH Secretary of State over election commission

CONCORD — The American Civil Liberties Union of New Hampshire has filed a Right-to-Know request with Secretary of State Bill Gardner, seeking information about his participation in the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity. More… | New Hampshire.com

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