Keenan's side find it 'preposterous' for Dunn to say Gilford chief wouldn't have been fired for 'infidelity'
GILFORD — In the wake of Town Administrator Scott Dunn telling the state's largest newspaper that former Police Chief Kevin Keenan was not going to be fired for "infidelity", Keenan's lawyer said the statement was "preposterous."
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