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Monday, July 14, 2014

Make Pennichuck Corp. records as open as aldermen’s

Letter to the Editor

One of the reasons for the city of Nashua to own the Pennichuck Corporation was the better interest rates that are available to municipalities. Now that the new Pennichuck board of directors is restructuring its long term debt to reflect this advantage, they need to consider the public’s right to know how they make their decisions. It is time that their board of director’s minutes be as complete and available to the public as the minutes of the Nashua Board of Aldermen – their new owners – are required to be.

Barbara Pressly ...

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One of the reasons for the city of Nashua to own the Pennichuck Corporation was the better interest rates that are available to municipalities. Now that the new Pennichuck board of directors is restructuring its long term debt to reflect this advantage, they need to consider the public’s right to know how they make their decisions. It is time that their board of director’s minutes be as complete and available to the public as the minutes of the Nashua Board of Aldermen – their new owners – are required to be.

Barbara Pressly

Nashua