Hooksett board again rejects restrictions on public comments
HOOKSETT — For the second meeting in a row, the Hooksett School Board rejected a motion put forward by John Lyscars to make it school board policy to forbid the public for disparaging or targeting School Board members during public input session.
The motion, was voted down 3-2, with Lyscars and David Pearl voting for it.
— Benjamin Klein,Union Leader Correspondent
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