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January 28. 2014 12:26PM

Suspended county attorney gives budget advice


Rockingham County Attorney Jim Reams takes notes at a Nov. 14 hearing at Merrimack County Superior in Concord. 

BRENTWOOD — Interim County Attorney James Boffetti was prepared to make a budget presentation to county officials Monday, was told the meeting was canceled, but later learned it was held in a different location and that suspended County Attorney James Reams presented a budget for the office.

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