best practices

LEGAL Q&A: Revaluation: What is it? And how does it work?

The information contained in this article is not intended as legal advice and may no longer be accurate due to changes in the law. Consult NHMA's legal services or your municipal attorney.

TECH INSIGHTS: 7 Benefits of a Technology Partnership

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Legislative Update to RSA 128: Town Health Officers

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Advancing Racial Equity in Local Government

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How to Get Young People to Join a Board or Committee

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2021 Local Officials Workshop

Presented by NHMA's Legal Services attorneys, these complimentary live virtual workshops provide municipal officials with the tools and information to effectively serve your communities.  This workshop is tailored for new and experienced municipal officials. 

2020 Academy of Good Governance - How to Run an Effective Meeting (and Comply with the Right-to-Know Law)

Class 6 - How to Run an Effective Meeting

NHMA's Legal Counsel, Stephen Buckley and William Phillips, Staff Attorney and Director of Policy Services for the New Hampshire School Boards Association lead a discussion on how to run an effective meeting that complies with the Right-to-Know Law.  

Best Practices for a Better Town Meeting

The information contained in this article is not intended as legal advice and may no longer be accurate due to changes in the law. Consult NHMA's legal services or your municipal attorney.

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