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Court warns Belknap County on meeting notice requirements

LACONIA — The New Hampshire Supreme Court has warned Belknap County that its method of providing notice of public meetings leaves it open to legal challenges.

The warning came in a decision issued last week in a lawsuit filed by former Laconia Mayor Tom Tardif against the Belknap County Legislative Delegation.

Last year, Justice Amy Ignatius, sitting in Carroll County Superior Court, denied Tardif’s attempt to invalidate actions taken by the delegation at three meetings held in April of 2016 due to lack of adequate public notice.

Read more in the Laconia Daily Sun.

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