Infection from Gilmanton land use dispute now widespread
GILMANTON — What started as a reasonably routine Planning Board matter regarding a small construction business on Route 140 appears to have spiraled out of control and infected many departments in town — including the Police Department and the Selectboard. It also appears that former Planning Board Chair Nancy Girard was not reappointed to her position as a result.
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