In Antrim, residents saw a raw deal
In the lawsuit, filed July 30, the residents ask that the Hillsborough County Superior Court find the board guilty of right-to-know violations and invalidate the PILOT agreement with Antrim Wind Energy.
August 10, 2012
by Meghan Pierce
in Union Leader
ANTRIM - Five residents have filed a lawsuit against the town alleging right-to-know violations were committed during negotiations between the Select Board and an energy company planning to build a wind farm in town.
"This is about the wind project, but it's really about 91-A," said Charles Levesque, one of the five residents. "Right-to-know law is a bedrock law of the land in New Hampshire ... The core of this is simply our elected officials have been breaking the law, 91-A, and they shouldn't be doing that. It's kind of a sad day when citizens have to go to court to... [continue via Web link]