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Candia selectmen seal minutes of non-public meeting with police chief
However, he added, “I don’t want to go anywhere, I plan on being here for the long haul.”
Board member Dick Snow, who initially was supportive of releasing the minutes, changed his mind during Friday’s meeting and agreed to seal the minutes.
Soares was the sole vote against sealing the minutes. She said during the non-public she reversed a previous decision that she made.
“While I am unhappy about it, I did it to start with a clean slate. No vote was needed,” she said, while declining to go into further detail.“Sealing the minutes creates the impression we are trying to hide something,” Snow said.
“Like the dog and pony shows we have on Mondays,” he said, referring to the board’s regularly scheduled meetings.
“It could have been a serious issue, but I think it got taken care of in the proper manner. It shouldn’t have happened in the first place, and it didn’t, but I can’t go into what that was. Let’s just say that the public interest was served at the meeting,” Snow said.
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