Under RSA 106-H:14 There is a Categoric Exemption for 911 Recordings from the Right-to-Know Law. This Exemption Applies Not Only to the Name, Number and Location of the Caller But Also to the Content of the Recording.
B&C Management v. NH Division of Emergency Services
New Hampshire Supreme Court Case No. 2020-0052
Under RSA 236:112 Property Inundated with Junk is a “Junk Yard” Even if the Owner is Not Selling Junk.
Town of Lincoln v. Joseph Chenard
New Hampshire Supreme Court Case No. 2020-0316
Government Need Only Establish that Disclosure of a Law Enforcement Record Might Risk Circumvention of the Law; in the Right Circumstances Trial Court Review of Right-to-Know Record Disclosure can Occur in an Ex-Parte In Camera Hearing.
ACLU v. City of Concord
New Hampshire Supreme Court Case No. 2020-0036
GMR Holdings v. Lincoln
United States District Court, District of New Hampshire Case No. 21-cv-117-SM, Opinion No. 2021 DNH 173
To Permit Removal Under Oath of Office the Divulged Information Must be Defamatory; Notice of a Nonpublic Session Based on Harm to Reputation Need Not be Provided to the Person Whose Reputation Could be Adversely Affected.
Tejasinha Sivalingam v. Frances Newton
New Hampshire Supreme Court Case No. 2020-0216, 2020-0352
In Order to Reassess the Value of Taxable Property There Must be a Change in the Market Value; Discovery of an Extreme Underassessment is Insufficient
Merrimack Premium Outlets v. Town of Merrimack
New Hampshire Supreme Court Case No. 2020-0358
Housing Appeals Board Requires Planning Board to Revisit Decision on “Good Cause” to Extend Project Commencement and Completion Deadlines under RSA 674:39, IV
Brady Sullivan Prospect Hill v. City of Lebanon
Housing Appeals Board Case No. PBA-2021-06
Notice to Abutter is Required when Abutter is “Directly” not “Diagonally” Across a Street; and Planning Board Condition that Approvals be Obtained from all Necessary Approving Bodies Validates Conditional Approval
Seabrook Onestop, Inc. & a. v. Town of Seabrook & a.
New Hampshire Supreme Court Case No. 2020-0251
Proving Disproportionality Requires a Taxpayer to Establish its Aggregate Valuation is a Higher Percentage of Fair Market Value than Property in the Municipality Generally
Appeal of City of Keene
New Hampshire Supreme Court Case No. 2020-0473
Equalization Ratios May be Applied to Fair Market Value Assessments of Electric Utility Property to Determine Appropriate Abatement
Appeal of Town of Chester & a.
New Hampshire Supreme Court Case No. 2020-0475