Tuftonboro Vs. Bob McWhirter and Max Ledoux

Video thanks to Joe Kowalski.

Published in Board of Selectmen
Max Ledoux

Author: Max Ledoux

I've lived in Tuftonboro since 2014. I grew up in Lisbon Falls, Maine (the Moxie capital of the world). I run tuftonboro.net. If you'd like your own blog here, click the "Get Free Blog" link in the menu at the top of the page. Everyone is welcome to write about anything they like.

6 thoughts on “Tuftonboro Vs. Bob McWhirter and Max Ledoux”

  1. I watched some of this and am confused, what is the bottom line? Perhaps a brief summary would help. Thanks.

  2. Hi, Rick,

    Basically the law does not allow the selectmen to charge a fee to anyone for inspecting a record. But the selectmen want to charge fees. So they sued Bob McWhirter and me. They want the judge to rewrite the law to allow them to charge a fee for inspecting a record even though the law states, “No fee shall be charged for the inspection or delivery, without copying, of a governmental record…” The judge of course cannot rewrite (and will not) the law. The selectmen have spent around $15,000 on this lawsuit so far.

  3. Well I guess this is a big secret, I do not understand why. Good luck going forward Max and Bob.

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